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An undeniable statement by all philosophers or not is that our earthly life will one day cease to exist and every living individual will one day meet their death A simple definition of death would be the complete annihilation of one self where the life or awakeness one would feel in their brief life would be no more Basically the opposite to lifeHowever even the definition of death may be open to argument by many Some may believe that death is not the end of life or not the opposite of life Some may believe that we do live on through the passing on of our genes or through stories being told about you after the process of death Some may believe that we are reincarnated after our soul leaves the body Some may believe that the soul is an eternal entity and never stops living All of these are however open to argument There is not even factual proof that a soul even exists so how would it be possible for such an entity to hold so much value in this argumentThe three main theories that will be discussed in this essay will stem from the Materialism perspective the Idealism perspective and the Dualism perspective The materialists beliefs are opposed to the idea that there is a life after death and the other theories support the idea of a life after death I shall also discuss in this essay the possibilities of reincarnation and if it possible to have more than one life Some religions will also be briefly looked at in this regard Another commodity that will be looked at will be evidence to support the idea of life after death and the value of this evidence I shall then conclude by summing up the theories and discussing the theory closest to my opinion in relation to this subjectFirst-century Sadducees claimed that man is wholly material having no spirit so at death he
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