|Sartre's Thoughts On Immortality
Sartre does not believe in human immortality and sees no reason to discuss it much. He does however have something to say about death. He says, "By death the for-itself is changed forever into an in-itself in that it has slipped entirely into the past." He also says that with death, consciousness ceases to be, leaving only a corpse.
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