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  1. Unamuno on Making Oneself Indispensable and Having the Strength to Long for Immortality.Adam Buben - forthcoming - International Journal for Philosophy of Religion:1-16.
    Unamuno believes that longing for immortality is what motivates nearly all of human behavior. Unfortunately, in a world in which many people despair of ever achieving true personal immortality, we increasingly turn to what he calls mere “shadows of immortality” for comforting ideas about how our names, energy, or basic material substance will carry on in our absence. Unamuno advocates fighting against such despair, staying out of the shadows, and longing for personal immortality even when it seems impossible. Unamuno’s approach (...)
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