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SORRY, THIS IS YOUR ONLY LIFE,
This review is from: The Illusion of Immortality (Paperback)
The Illusion of Immortality
(New York: Philosophical Library, 1959) 303 pages
A philosopher examines the history of belief in life after death,
the religious traditions that include various forms of after-life,
the arguments for and against all such beliefs,
and ultimately concludes that there is no life beyond the grave.
A well-reasoned and well-written book, easy to read and understand.
Lamont draws on science and reason to refute the beliefs in immortality.
This book affirms life, despite the fact that our lives must end.
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James Leonard Park, skeptic.