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#5134

The finality of death

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After not so many votes...

It's a tie!
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2
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Two weeks
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Two weeks
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Stupid atheists cannot accept obvious truth, blindly following their preachers. After all, it is obvious that death is not infinity, that is, as atheists say, the end where you forever lose consciousness, memory and thoughts. If that were the case, you would already be dead. It doesn’t matter how long you live, a second or a century, infinity will swallow everything up. Thus, if you are not dead now, but alive, then this proves that you will never die in the future. And the fact that life is eternity, and death is only a moment for the transition to true life. Checkmate, atheists! Oh, that is, autistic people.

Round 1
Pro
#1
Stupid atheists cannot accept obvious truth, blindly following their preachers. After all, it is obvious that death is not infinity, that is, as atheists say, the end where you forever lose consciousness, memory and thoughts. If that were the case, you would already be dead. It doesn’t matter how long you live, a second or a century, infinity will swallow everything up. Thus, if you are not dead now, but alive, then this proves that you will never die in the future. And the fact that life is eternity, and death is only a moment for the transition to true life. Checkmate, atheists! Oh, that is, autistic people. 
Con
#2
You know I had to read over this a few times to possibly get a read on what you're saying.

Comes off kind of vague and incomplete.
I wish we had more rounds than lengths of time for making arguments.
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You mention about infinity and forever losing consciousness. I don't know if you're trying to say in death there is infinity one way or the other.

Either we have a consciousness into infinity or non consciousness into infinity.

"It doesn’t matter how long you live, a second or a century, infinity will swallow everything up. 

Thus, if you are not dead now, but alive, then this proves that you will never die in the future. "

I guess we can start here.  I will never die in the future because I'm alive now. What does it mean to live and to die?

What gave the confirmation that causes of my death are non-existent?

"And the fact that life is eternity, and death is only a moment for the transition to true life. "

Life can't be eternity if death exists for at least a moment. You'd never die if you have eternity of life.

It should matter how long you live because you're arguing about eternity in life. There's no "how long you live" or "century" or "second". None of that language should apply or be relevant. 


Comeback with a clearer non abstract summary of your argument. If you're arguing we're immortal and never die , argue and prove that.
Round 2
Pro
#3
Blyat
My argument is that consciousness is not matter, consciousness depends on what is beyond the boundaries of time and matter, that is, from the soul, I’ll give an example, what happens if I break a stone?  It will simply disintegrate into small parts and will continue to exist in the form of small parts, but what happens if consciousness disintegrates?  It will simply disappear once and for all, this will happen and this will last forever, if we perceive it within the framework of matter, that is, consciousness once destroyed will remain so forever.  Ask yourself a question: if sometime in the future you should die forever, lose consciousness of memory and thoughts, why are you not dead now?

Con
#4
"Ask yourself a question: if sometime in the future you should die forever, lose consciousness of memory and thoughts, why are you not dead now?"

I'm not dead now because nothing has caused my death. There has been no proof demonstrated of what consciousness derives from and where it goes or what exactly it is outside the human body.

Research and conversations between analysts and those studying in the field of science continue to discuss and determine theories but the conversation goes on.

There's nothing further to get out of this.