afterlife

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life after death

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Death and immortality, articles of Hume, Russell, Flew, Plato, and Olen Hick, Translated by Sayyed Mohsen Zadeh, second edition.
The paper is rigorously researched and organized by numerated sections, looking at death and immortality among Elves and among Men separately, and across five different stages:
In Western traditions, by far the most popular way to think about death and immortality is shaped by the ancient and fundamental distinction between the physical body and the spiritual soul.
English poet, dramatist, and literary critic, author of The Complaint: or, Night-Thoughts on Life, Death and Immortality (1742-45), a long, didactic poem on death.
Although its full title reads The Complaint; or, Night - Thoughts on Life, Death and Immortality, the poem is commonly referred to simply as Night Thoughts.