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Immortality and the Philosophy of Death
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Introduction, Michael Cholbi / Part I: Is Death Bad for Those That Die? / 1. Victims, Christopher Belshaw / 2. Reconsidering Categorical Desire View, Travis Timmerman / 3. Epicureanism, Extrinsic Badness, and Prudence, Karl Ekendahl and Jens Johansson / 4. Lucretius and the Fear of Death, Frederik Kaufman / 5. The Harms of Death, Duncan Purves / 6. Seeds: On Personal Identity and Resurrection, Sophie-Grace Chappell / Part II: Living with Death / 7. Fearing Death as Fearing the Loss of One's Life: Lessons from Alzheimer's Disease, David Beglin / 8. Constructing Death as Form of Failure: Addressing Mortality in a Neoliberal Age, Beverley Clack / 9. Love and Death, Dan Werner / 10. Learning to Be Dead: The Narrative Problem of Mortality, Kathy Behrendt / 11. Love and Death: The Problem of Resilience, Aaron Smuts / Part III: The Value of an Immortal Life / 12. Immortality, Identity, and Desirability, Roman Altshuler / 13. Resources for Overcoming the Bordeom of Immortality in Fischer and Kierkegaard, Adam Buben /14. Immortality and the Exhaustibility of Value, Michael Cholbi / Index

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Michael Cholbi is Professor of Philosophy at California State Polytechnic University Pomona.

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This new collection of essays considers whether and when death is bad for those who die, as well as whether and when it would be good to live forever. The collection will be of great value to anyone who thinks seriously about mortality, and is a welcome addition to the literature on the philosophy of death. -- Steven Luper, Murchison Term Professor, and Philosophy Department Chair, Trinity University
This is a wonderful collection of original contributions on cutting-edge topics and literature of great human interest, with a helpful introductory essay. -- John Fischer, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Riverside
That the essays in this volume have stimulated so many questions in this short review should be taken as a testament to their interest -- and hence to the excellence of this volume as a whole [...] Immortality and the Philosophy of Death is an extremely valuable addition to the philosophical literature on these fascinating issues. * Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews *

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