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I Love Logic, But I Hate Seeing It Misused.

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on October 17, 2001 23:28:33 UTC

When you say an afterlife is impossible because death ends it, you are making a semantic statement with no bearing on reality, but you IMPLY objective meaning with your statement. That's annoying. :)

I would consider an afterlife to be any sort of conscious awareness beyond the decay of the physical body, unlikely as I see it to be. And I think that 99.9% of people would agree with me on that definition. So why bother screwing with semantics?

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