Hywel David Lewis (21 May 1910 – 6 April 1992) was a Welsh theologian and philosopher. He was best known for his defence of dualism and personal survival.
Hywel David Lewis (21 May 1910 – 6 April 1992) was a Welsh theologian and philosopher. Lewis was born in Llandudno, Wales, and educated at Caernarfon grammar school, the University College of North Wales, Bangor (graduating with a first-class degree in philosophy in 1932), and Jesus College, Oxford (graduating with a BLitt in 1935).
Philosophy of Religion Series. The Self and Immortality. Authors: Lewis, Hywel David. eBook 46,99 €. price for Finland (gross). ISBN 978-1-349-00152-1.
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David Lewis (1941–2001) was one of the most important philosophers of the 20th Century. In most of these fields he is essential reading; in many of them he is among the most important figures of recent decades. And this list leaves out his two most significant contributions. In philosophy of mind, Lewis developed and defended at length a new version of materialism (see the entry on physicalism). Lewis wrote there is no incoherence in the notion of personal survival in his book The Self and Immortality (1973)
Hywel David Lewis (21 May 1910 – 6 April 1992) was a Welsh theologian and philosopher Contents. Lewis wrote there is no incoherence in the notion of personal survival in his book The Self and Immortality (1973). In his book Persons and Life after Death (1978) Lewis argued that the ultimate basis for a belief in life after death is from religion, he. claimed this belief could mean for some, the resurrection of the body, survival in an astral body or survival in a disembodied form.
David Kellogg Lewis (1941-2001) was a member of the Philosophy .
David Kellogg Lewis (1941-2001) was a member of the Philosophy Department at Princeton University 1970-2001. Born in Oberlin Ohio, Lewis was educated at Swarthmore College, where he studied chemistry as well as Philosophy, and then at Harvard, where in 1967 he completed his doctoral dissertation under the supervision of Willard Van Orman Quine. According to Lewis, our world is one of infinitely many worlds, each a self-contained universe, unconnected to this world or to any other. Every possibility - every possible course of history in all its rich detail, every possible variation on each one of us - is realized somewhere in this vast space of worlds.
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