The Suspension of Death. The Cryonic Utopia in the Context of the U.S. Funeral Culture
This article outlines the history of cryonics, starting with fictional novels and movies and the actual formation of the cryonic movement in the 1960s. Cryonics has been considered – by its advocates – to overcome religion by offering a technological way of immortality. Since cryonics never gained s...
|Published in:||Marburg Journal of Religion (Band 15)|
Institute for Comparative Cultural Research - Study of Religions and Anthropology
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