An Argument from Self-Reversion by Steven

There are a lot of different ideas in the Pagan community about what the afterlife might be like. But, in order for there to be an afterlife of any kind, we must be able to survive the death of our bodies. In this post we’ll take a look at one reason to draw just this conclusion.

The core idea here is that we are able to do something that no divisible thing can. Having separated ourselves in kind from divisible things, we may deduce that the death of any divisible thing (such as a body) could in no way mean the end for us.

In this post we will be drawing inspiration from the Neoplatonic philosopher Proclus (412-485 C.E.) who seems to have argued that there is something about every human being which is essentially indivisible.

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