Thomas Nagel
  1. How does Nagel argue for the conclusion that “we do not object to death merely because it involves long periods of nonexistence”?
  2. In your own words, what are the three problems that Nagel raises for the commonsense view that death is bad for the one who dies?
  3. What is the difference between relational and nonrelational properties and what work does Nagel use this distinction to do?
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