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  1. When is Death Bad, When It is Bad?John Martin Fischer - 2021 - Philosophia 49 (5):2003-2017.
    On a view most secularists accept, the deceased individual goes out of existence. How, then, can death be a bad thing for, or harm, the deceased? I consider the doctrine of subsequentism, according to which the bad thing for the deceased, or the harm of death to the deceased, takes place after he or she has died. The main puzzle for this view is to explain how we can predicate a property at a time to an individual who does not (...)
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