1. In “Death,” Nagel argues that the billions of years before you were born are different from the billions of years after you die. For the time before you were born, the fact that you lacked the intrinsic goods of life (e.g. feeling, perception, thought, etc.) was not a

| February 5, 2018

1. In “Death,” Nagel argues that the billions of years before you were born are different from the billions of years after you die. For the time before you were born, the fact that you lacked the intrinsic goods of life (e.g. feeling, perception, thought, etc.) was not a deprivation that you suffered. But for the time after you die, the fact that you lack these intrinsic goods is a deprivation that you suffer. Why does Nagel believe in this asymmetry? Explain his argument. Do you agr …

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