Preprints (not yet peer-reviewed)

90 downloads
221 views

The search for a universal definition of death is a relatively new objective in human history, framed by complex biological, technological, and socio-political factors. While it is widely understood that “life” and “death” describe inverse states of being, what...

["Health Policy","Neurology","Ethical Issues","Legal Issues"]
doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.2890v1
What is a PeerJ Preprint?

A PeerJ Preprint is a draft of an article, abstract, or poster that has not yet been peer-reviewed for formal publication. Submit a draft, incomplete, or final version of your work for free.

Submissions today can be approved by Editorial Staff and online in 24 hours.

Establish precedent. Solicit feedback. Publish updates.

Refine by manuscript type

Top subject areas - Preprints

Top subject areas - People

View all subject areas