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The myth of immortality / Joseph McCabe
Bib ID 5016656
Format BookBook
Author
McCabe, Joseph, 1867-1955
 
Description Girard, Kan. : Haldeman-Julius Co., 1926 
64 p. ; 13 cm. 
Series

Little blue book ; no. 1059.

Full contents
  • The law of death
  • Evolution and the soul
  • Is the mind a spirit?
  • What is personality?
  • Modern theories of immortality
  • The freedom of the will
  • Paradise lost.
 
Subjects Immortality.
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505 0 |aThe law of death -- Evolution and the soul -- Is the mind a spirit? -- What is personality? -- Modern theories of immortality -- The freedom of the will -- Paradise lost.
650 0 |aImmortality.
830 0 |aLittle blue book ;|vno. 1059.
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