论文 代写：什么是永生 、
Immortality is a concept beyond reach; it is a reality yet unseen. But one could wander in thoughts and try to fathom the existence of immortality. Can a common man be immortal or does that have to the greatest conceivable being who could only accomplish that trait? A more important question to consider would be that whether being immortal would mean living a life worth any other or would the reality be actually reverse. All lives come to an end; everything reaches its maturity and then its decline. There must be reason for things to end. If they had gone on forever, they would never be able to complete their reason of existence. To complete your life, it must end and we all wish to complete what we start. So does the meaning of life imply that it eventually has to come to an end? I think yes, death might not be the ultimate goal but it is the ultimate step of life and it has to be reached. The life without a death, the immortal life, seems to be a life worth living but does immortality also refer to the perfect life?
When a person ages, s/he at first matures and gains power and strength, but afterwards, maturity results in a decline of capabilities. Would an immortal human always be strong, always be youthful, always have the capabilities it possessed at his or her pinnacle age, or will there never be a pinnacle age? So, what kind of life can one imagine living for eternity?Philosopher Bernard Williams said that there are two different kinds of desire that motivate us in living our lives i.e. that render the life valuable for us. The two kinds are: categorical desires which are how one desires to spend his or her life. Another one is contingent desires that we need to satisfy in the short-run (Would immortality be desirable, September 2012). So in order for a recognisably human life to be meaningful, as per Williams, one has to have a set of categorical desires that one wished to attain through life. So if one lived forever and never died, one would never have categorical desires as those would merely be contingent desires with short-lived various categorical desires. Hence to live an eternal life would be meaningless for a recognisably human form.