9 edition of Human immortality found in the catalog.
The Ingersoll lecture of 1898.
|Statement||by William James.|
|Series||Ingersoll lecture -- 1898.|
|Contributions||Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BT921 .J2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||70 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||98000888|
Immortality is a popular subject in fiction, as it explores humanity's deep-seated fears and comprehension of its own al beings and species abound in fiction, especially fantasy fiction, and the meaning of "immortal" tends to vary.. Some fictional beings are completely immortal (or very nearly so) in that they are immune to death by injury, disease and age. much as Jared Diamond did years ago with his brilliant book Guns, Germs and Steel.” —S. Jay Olshansky, New Scientist “An epic inquiry into the human desire to defy death—and how to overcome it Cave traces the histories of each of his four immortality narratives through the worldʼs great re-ligions, heroes, leaders, thinkers and Size: 3MB.
Human Immortality: Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrine. Every memory and affection of one’s present life is to be preserved, and one shall never in sæcula sæculorum cease to be able to say to himself: “I am the same personal being who in old times upon the earth had those experiences.”. Immortality Milan Kundera, Author, Peter Kussi, Translator, Peter Kussi, Illustrator Grove Weidenfeld $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author.
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This antiquarian book contains William James’s lecture, "Human Immortality". This fascinating lecture was given under the auspices of the 'The Ingersoll Lectureship', a scheme founded upon the wishes of Miss Caroline Haskell Ingersoll who gave dollars to Harvard University with the instructions that 'a series of lectures were to be read annually on the topic Human immortality book human immortality' - in Cited by: This is the well-known address which Professor James delivered as the first lecture on the Ingersoll foundation.
His purpose was, not to set forth the positive grounds upon which a belief in human immortality may be founded, but to clear the way for constructive teaching by removing "two supposed objections to the doctrine."The first of these difficulties relates to the psycho-physiological Author: William James.
Human Immortality: Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrine. Originally a lecture given at Harvard as part of the Ingersoll Lecture on Immortality, this small volume is psychologist William James's updated second edition, which Human immortality book criticisms levied against his original work on the nature of human immortality/5.
Immortality is a deeply satisfying book, as optimistic about the human condition as it is insightful about the true arc of history. Read more Read less The Amazon Book Review/5(). Human Immortality: Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrine, reprinted here from the corrected second edition, examines the questions of survival after death, and provides an unusual philosophical rebuttal to the theory that thought and personality necessarily die with the by: Kholos The strenght of this book lies in its scholarship on the subjects of man's relationship to minerals and Human immortality book.
In a comparable treatment of animal studies with clinical outcome from human trials, the authors paint a broad spectrum of pathological illness increasingly bedeviling modern civilizations around the world/5(44).
Immortality (Czech: Nesmrtelnost) is a novel in seven parts, written by Milan Kundera in in Czech. First published in French. English edition p., translation by Peter Kussi/5. Thus these immortality projects are considered a fundamental driver of human conflict, such as in wars, bigotry, genocide, and racism.
[ citation needed ] Another theme running throughout the book is that humanity's traditional "hero-systems", such as religion, are no longer convincing in the age of : Ernest Becker. Human Immortality return to religion-online Human Immortality by William James William James (), became one of the most eminent of American philosophers and psychologists.
He was a teacher at Harvard ();, at first of physiology and anatomy, later of psychology and philosophy.
This book was published in by Houghton, Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, File Size: KB. Immortality is a subject of fascination in literature, and for good reason.
Who doesn’t fantasize, at least once, about defeating death. Oscar Wilde certainly did inwhen he wrote The Picture of Dorian Gray; the story of a man who could never get.
His first book Immortality: The Quest to Live Forever and How It Drives Civilization was released in April Death Health & Lifestyle Anthropology Save for later.
Originally a lecture given at Harvard as part of the Ingersoll Lecture on Immortality, this small volume is psychologist William James's updated second edition, which addresses criticisms levied against his original work on the nature of human immortality.
James sees the individual soul as part of a greater soul, hidden behind the veil of : Cook Press. Both "The Will to Believe" and "Human Immortality" predate James's masterpiece in the study of religion, "The Varieties of Religious Experience" ().
The essays in "The Will to Believe" originated as lectures which James delivered to philosophical or theological clubs at various universities/5. Human Immortality () William James It is a matter unfortunately too often seen in history to call for much remark, that when a living want of mankind has got itself officially protected and organized in an institution, one of the things which the institution most surely tends to do is to stand in the way of the natural gratification of the want itself.
Human Immortality: Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrine, reprinted here from the corrected second edition, examines the questions of survival after death, and provides an unusual philosophical rebuttal to the theory that thought and personality necessarily die with the : Dover Publications.
Dr Bolonkin shows that a human soul is only the information in a person’s head. He offers a new unique method for re-writing the main brain information in chips without any damage to the human brain. This is the scientific prediction of the non-biological (electronic) civilization and immortality of the human being.
The second book, "Human Immortality: Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrine" consists of the text James delivered as the Ingersoll Lecture on Human Immortality at Harvard in James subsequently published this lecture as a short book in /5(3).
This book debates the universe, the development of new technologies in the 21st century and the future of the human race. Dr Bolonkin shows that a human soul is only the information in a person’s head.
He offers a new unique method for re-writing the main brain information in chips without any damage to the human brain. This is the scientific prediction of the non-biological (electronic. Immortality is eternal life, being exempt from death; unending existence.
Some modern species may possess biological immortality. Certain scientists, futurists, and philosophers have theorized about the immortality of the human body, with some suggesting that human immortality may be achievable in the first few decades of the 21st advocates believe that life extension is a more.
ings. I claimed that Wiener's book contained either intentionally or unin-tentionally ── I had no way of telling which ── a message about im-mortality. The deduction I drew was that immortality might eventually become a down-to-earth physical reality via science.
And that in fact is this book's thesis. human immortality: two supposed objections to the doctrine by james, william seller john lutschak books published pub condition very good+ without d.j. Eventually all of humankind could look forward to scientifically guaranteed immortality, but the process of technological resurrection would begin with the most valuable of human beings – .A key element is to manipulate the mechanisms of life and greatly extend the human lifespan.
If you were to become immortal would you feel more inclined to worry about an event so far in the future? 'Immortality Gene' is the first book in the 'A Vested Interest' series.