A dialogue between Rupert Sheldrake and Matthew Fox.
A starting point for any reflection on the nature of life is death, comparing the dead body of a person or animal or plant with the living state that preceded it. The amount of matter in the dead body is the same as in the living body, the form of the body is the same, and the chemicals in it are the same, at least immediately after death. But something has changed.
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Originally published in Resurgence magazine. Republished here with thanks.