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This is a lecture clip from my online Philosophy of Death and Dying course.

This is a lecture clip from my online Philosophy of Death and Dying course.

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  • 1. HOW TO BE DEAD AND NOTCARE: A DEFENSE OFEPICURUSStephen Rosenbaum
  • 2. Who is Epicurus? 3rd and 4th Century Stoic philosopher. Most famous for the phrase “Where deathis, you are not?” Saw death as a barrier to ataraxia, a state ofpleasure and tranquility.
  • 3. 3 Distinctions1. Dying2. The moment of death3. Being DeadDying Moment of Death Being DeadExistence Cease to Exist Non-Existence

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