Cornelia GUJA, 2015, INTERFACES THEORY APPLIED IN INFORMATIONAL BIOCOSMOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, Vol. 4 no 2 / 2015 Annals Series on Biological Sciences, Volume 4, No. 2, 2015, pp. 83 -101, ISSN 2285 – 4177 Online Edition 


The paper intends to approach, from an anthropological point of view, near-death experiences (NDEs). The interdisciplinary character of anthropological sciences and their capacity to study human variability in its whole complexity makes it possible today to analyze the phenomenon of human experience (feeling) by NDE from a scientific, religious and philosophical point of view. The general character of the phenomenon identified by medicine on a large scale at present, as well as its individualized character demonstrates its cognitive importance. In this paper we attempt to analyze the phenomena of NDEs using the interface method which we developed in time. We started from the hypothesis that NDE is an interface between life and death, and, at the same time, between science and religion. Near-death experience is an Anthropological phenomenon, both individual and collective, that should be approached in its entire complexity and profoundness. It is highly relevant for practical and theoretical science and religion, as well as for understanding man’s and mankind’s origin, evolution and future.
Keywords: Near-Death Experiences, interface, Informational Anthropology, archetypal communication.