Near-death experiences between science and bias The title of this new edition of “Archetype project“, the annual symposium on literary models he proposes Department of Linguistic and Literary Studies From the University of Padua.
Four new meetings for the first semester of this year that focus on the interventions of important figures inside and outside the University of Padua.
Monday 20 NovemberSee you soon, Near-death experiences between science and bias He intervenes Enrico Vaco (Uniped).
Experiences at the edge of life are a topic of growing interest and have profound cognitive implications. They can be divided into two broad categories, near-death experiences (or near-death experiences). Near-death experiences, near-death experience) and deathbed experiences: the former occur in critical situations (such as accidents, severe multiple trauma with loss of consciousness or cardiac arrest), while the latter occur in terminally ill patients following chronic illnesses. The combination of these experiences, similar but with partly different characteristics, is a certain clinical reality with clear epidemiological phenomena, which re-presents in a very concrete way the fundamental problem of the human condition, that is, the problem of the meaning of life and humanity. Death and the possibility of another dimension of life. On a scientific level, near-death experiences also challenge acquired knowledge in neurophysiology, suggesting the possibility of persistence of consciousness in states of cerebral hypoxia, and suggesting the unresolved mystery of the mind-brain relationship.
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