A philosopher's case against death
It's time to embrace the idea of living forever. Most people accept that death is a part of life, and a vast majority seem content with a natural lifespan. But for Ingemar Patrick Linden, dying is a gruesome prospect. Here he examines the works of great philosophers, including Plato and Marcus Aurelius, to discuss ideas about human mortality and why a rebellion against death is brewing.
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