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Gold, E. J.  Parallel Worlds Explored. Gateways Books and Tapes, 2010.

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Gunaratna, V. F.  Buddhist Reflections on Death. Kandy, Buddhist Publication Society, 2007. [text]

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Semino, Elena / Demjen, Zsófia / Hardie, Andrew / Koller, Veronika / Payne, Sheila / Rayson, Paul.  Metaphors for 'good' and 'bad' deaths in interviews with hospice managers.. [abstract]

Heims, Steve Joshua.  John Von Neumann and Norbert Wiener: from mathematics to the technologies of life and death. MIT Press, 1982.

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