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Death in Greek and Hinduism Philosophy
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Death is the final destination of life. However, upon closer examination of its content, one can see the relationship between the two, especially their message or point of view on death, particularly in Western or Greek philosophy. It is true that death, like life, can bear its own meaning and if projected particularly vividly, as during the Renaissance period in Italy, it can well translate into the manifestation of a signal that the person or family intends to convey to others.
Greek philosophy was able to provide examples to support these claims and is able to infuse the readers with the symbolisms or of a different perspective about death.
On the other hand, as a background of Hinduism as a philosophy it should be mentioned that it lacks a uniting belief system. In other words, Hinduism is actually many beliefs and practices labeled as a single philosophy. Thus, it can well be enumerated that Hinduism is more of a compilation of different conflicting school of thoughts unlike more modern traditional philosophies like Christianity or Islam. Hinduism can be compared to sociological or artistic theories like expressionism or surrealism or for that matter modernism or post modernism. Here the concept of death is wide spread and the general belief states that death is the beginning of the other world.
Greek philosophers, like Plato and Aristotle, viewed death in a more practical manner. They considered it as the opposite of life and thus symbol of evil. ...
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