Essays on Immortality

John Keats’ Poetic Vision Of Mortality And Immortality

John Keats’ poetic vision, derived from his notion of negative capability, encourages an alternative vision of the individual as capable of perceiving and operating beyond any presupposed capacity through the immortal literature, thereby preserving his emotional sensations and intellectual thoughts on beauty and knowledge. Influenced by her postmodern context, Campion’s vision broadens the scope of...
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Immortality Of The Soul In Philosophic Theories

Whatever ought to exist must begin, and eventually, come to an end. We know this “end” as a death; by definition, the end of the life of a person or organism. This concept introduces a range of questions such as, what happens when one passes or, if all must die, why live? Philosophers across history...
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Immortality In Epic of Gilgamesh

Death is an inevitable part of human life. People cannot know or predict their own death time. Life is noble by the fact that there is death in it. The Epic of Gilgamesh gives us no easy answers to the questions about meaning of death and mortality, and shows the inevitability of death. The overall...

Immortality: Remarker Versus Trotter-Cockburn

Within Atherton’s Women Philosophers of the Early Modern Period, Catharine Trotter-Cockburn defends Locke’s Essay of Human Understanding. In this comment sheet, I will discuss some of Remarker’s concerns and objections to Locke’s view and present Trotter-Cockburn’s responses that defend and advance Locke’s view, and I will additionally argue that her defense of Locke’s essay is...
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