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Death and Dying: A Buddhist Analysis
Death and dying: A Buddhist analysis

Death is an inevitable phenomenon in the life of a being, and what happens after death remains a mystery till today. As such thinkers of different cultures at different moments of history have concentrated on the issue of death and tried to provide significant analyses of death from their own standpoints. The only other concept that may be comparable—in terms of drawing attention—is its correlate: the concept of life. The statement, that there is no life without death and no death without life, is as much obvious as it is true. The truth of this statement is self-evident; no sane person would probably raise any doubt regarding it. Its obviousness follows from the fact ...

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