Plato argued that we, as a soul, survive the death of our bodies

Plato argued that we, as a soul, survive the death of our bodies. Then, the soul exists by itself, happily, without having the annoyance of a body. Another dualist possibility is that the soul just kind of floats into a new body (maybe the new body won’t be as distracting as the old one!). Is those the only ways immortality would be possible? What are the other possibilities, in your opinion?

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The question of the immortality of the soul is a complete mystery. It can be hard to tell where the soul will head to after we are dead. Plato’s argument gives some light thoughts into the issue.

In my opinion, when we die the soul will take another form. It is believed that the soul can

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