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Michael Sudduth

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Edgar Allan Poe, Albert Camus, Stephen King, Peter Straub

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January 2017


Michael Sudduth (D.Phil., M.Phil., University of Oxford) is a philosophy professor at San Francisco State University, where he's taught philosophy and religion since 2005.

Although specializing in the philosophy of religion, his interests range broadly over epistemology, philosophy of science, the psychology of religious experience, eastern philosophy and spirituality, life after death, and philosophy in literature and film.

Michael's interests also include the field of psychology, especially cognitive, personality, and abnormal psychology. This interest evolved out of his earlier exploration of eastern spiritual practices and western therapeutic modalities.

Growing up on the works of Edgar Allan Poe and 1970s horror films, Michael has had a
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Average rating: 3.88 · 8 ratings · 2 reviews · 4 distinct works
The Reformed Objection to N...

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Interview on Arguments for Life after Death

Carlos Alvarado recently published an interview with mein his blog. The focus of theinterviewwas my 2015 book on arguments for life after death –A Philosophical Critique of Arguments for Postmortem Survival (Palgave Macmillan, 2015).With Alvarado’s permission I have reproduced the interview below for my blog readers.


Interview


Alvarado: Can you give us a brief summary of the book?


Sudduth: The...

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Michael Sudduth Jennifer wrote: "Try Joe Hill, Fireman..very good!"

On Chapter 11 currently. Really like it.


Jennifer Studerus Try Joe Hill, Fireman..very good!


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