If you could live forever, would you? Lucretius famously said that life is a banquet. After the final course, you have to leave the dining room, for good. For many, this is life in the right proportions. But for some death is never a good option. If life is good, after all, why not forever?
What good is there, if any, in even considering this counterfactual?
In discussing our view of death, it carries our thinking on life to its logical consequence. Today, let's get clearer on what it's all about.