Physically Transcendent Awareness: A Comparison of the Phenomenology of Consciousness Before Birth and After Death
Description: Article discussing veridical evidence of a physically transcendent source of consciousness, which comes from both extremes of the life span when central nervous system functioning is compromised, suggesting that some form of personhood can exist independently of known cellular processes associated with the body.
Date: Summer 1998
Creator: Wade, Jenny
Partner: UNT Libraries