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Is the concept of Does reincarnation may considered to be self-evidentrequire amnesia?

In Eastern philosophy souls are eternal, but every time weand do not die we lose our memories so it doesn't feel like we are living forever, but live again and again many times. Bernard Williams argues that living forever would get boring and we would eventually want death. Therefore, is it self-evident thatamnesia necessary to reincarnation? In other words, does reincarnation only make sense if every time we die andwe lose our memories and, so it doesn't feel like we are reincarnatedliving forever?  

Is the concept of reincarnation may considered to be self-evident?

In Eastern philosophy souls are eternal, but every time we die we lose our memories so it doesn't feel like we are living forever. Bernard Williams argues that living forever would get boring and we would eventually want death. Therefore, is it self-evident that we die and lose our memories and are reincarnated?  

Does reincarnation require amnesia?

In Eastern philosophy souls are eternal, and do not die, but live again and again many times. Bernard Williams argues that living forever would get boring and we would eventually want death. Therefore, is amnesia necessary to reincarnation? In other words, does reincarnation only make sense if every time we die we lose our memories, so it doesn't feel like we are living forever?

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Does Is the concept of reincarnation require amnesiamay considered to be self-evident?

In Eastern philosophy souls are eternal, and do not die, but live again and again many timesevery time we die we lose our memories so it doesn't feel like we are living forever. Bernard Williams argues that living forever would get boring and we would eventually want death. Therefore, is amnesia necessary to reincarnation? In other words, does reincarnation only make sense if every timeit self-evident that we die weand lose our memories, so it doesn't feel like we and are living foreverreincarnated? 

Does reincarnation require amnesia?

In Eastern philosophy souls are eternal, and do not die, but live again and again many times. Bernard Williams argues that living forever would get boring and we would eventually want death. Therefore, is amnesia necessary to reincarnation? In other words, does reincarnation only make sense if every time we die we lose our memories, so it doesn't feel like we are living forever?

Is the concept of reincarnation may considered to be self-evident?

In Eastern philosophy souls are eternal, but every time we die we lose our memories so it doesn't feel like we are living forever. Bernard Williams argues that living forever would get boring and we would eventually want death. Therefore, is it self-evident that we die and lose our memories and are reincarnated? 

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Is the concept of Does reincarnation may considered to be self-evidentrequire amnesia?

In Eastern philosophy souls are eternal, but every time weand do not die we lose our memories so it doesn't feel like we are living forever, but live again and again many times. Bernard Williams argues that living forever would get boring and we would eventually want death. Therefore, is it self-evident thatamnesia necessary to reincarnation? In other words, does reincarnation only make sense if every time we die andwe lose our memories and, so it doesn't feel like we are reincarnatedliving forever?  

Is the concept of reincarnation may considered to be self-evident?

In Eastern philosophy souls are eternal, but every time we die we lose our memories so it doesn't feel like we are living forever. Bernard Williams argues that living forever would get boring and we would eventually want death. Therefore, is it self-evident that we die and lose our memories and are reincarnated?  

Does reincarnation require amnesia?

In Eastern philosophy souls are eternal, and do not die, but live again and again many times. Bernard Williams argues that living forever would get boring and we would eventually want death. Therefore, is amnesia necessary to reincarnation? In other words, does reincarnation only make sense if every time we die we lose our memories, so it doesn't feel like we are living forever?

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