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Hinduism, Brain Death, Organ Transplantation

Hinduism Hinduism is a conglomeration of a variety of beliefs and practices with no one, or official, set of doctrines or religious authorities. I thus offer an account of brain death from a systematic, and somewhat unified, perspective shared by several schools of Hindu philosophy concerning the mechanisms and components of consciousness and cognition. According to this view the cessation of "higher brain function" is the sole criterion for establishing brain death.
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