What is Death? A Scientific, Philosophical and Theological Exploration of Life’s End

What is Death? A Scientific, Philosophical and Theological Exploration of Life’s End

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Author: ALFONSO AGUILAR

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Genre: Philosophy

Publication Year: 2017

ISBN: 978-81-933745-3-5

“What is Death?” This is the pressing question we all want to answer, because we all have been struck by the experience of death and are forced to direct our gaze towards the whole of reality. Coming from different nations and universities, the authors joined the Research Project “The Organism in an Interdisciplinary Context” within the STOQ Project (Science, Theology and the Ontological Quest). Regina Apostolorum Pontifical University in Rome has led this project since the year 2005 with the aim of studying organismic life and advancing a dialogue between natural sciences, human sciences, philosophy and theology.
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ALFONSO AGUILAR (Author)


ALFONSO AGUILAR (Leon, Spain, 1967) has completed undergraduate studies in Latin, Greek and Humanities in Salamanca, Spain, and taught these subjects for three years at the Center for Humanities in Cheshire, Connecticut (United States). Ordained a priest of the Legionaries of Christ in 1998, he holds degrees in philosophy, theology and bioethics. From 1997 to 2003 he taught metaphysics and epistemology in Thornwood, New York, and from 2003 teaches philosophy at Regina Apostolorum Pontifical University in Rome. He is the author of several books and philosophical essays. As a journalist accredited by the Holy See Press Office, he is Rome correspondent for the U.S. National Catholic Register.

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ALFONSO AGUILAR (Author)


ALFONSO AGUILAR (Leon, Spain, 1967) has completed undergraduate studies in Latin, Greek and Humanities in Salamanca, Spain, and taught these subjects for three years at the Center for Humanities in Cheshire, Connecticut (United States). Ordained a priest of the Legionaries of Christ in 1998, he holds degrees in philosophy, theology and bioethics. From 1997 to 2003 he taught metaphysics and epistemology in Thornwood, New York, and from 2003 teaches philosophy at Regina Apostolorum Pontifical University in Rome. He is the author of several books and philosophical essays. As a journalist accredited by the Holy See Press Office, he is Rome correspondent for the U.S. National Catholic Register.