Immortality Essay Topics

The Mortal Immortal

The Mortal Immortal is a romantic story. It is about a love affair but not a love affair that we would expect. The Mortal Immortal shows the difficulty of love. We see the harsh reality of love and what it can do to our character and at what lengths we will go to betray or… View Article

Exegesis of Phaedo by Plato

Plato’s “Phaedo” is a dialogue between Socrates and his friends, Cebes and Simmias. These two men have asked Socrates to prove to them that the soul survives after death due to its immortality. Socrates gives them several arguments, which ultimately lead to his conclusion that proves the soul’s immortality and furthermore its perishability. Socrates proves… View Article

Socrates, Body and Soul

In the first part of the Phaedo, Socrates lays out his theory regarding the immortality of the soul. Near the end of this part he breaks down the body and soul and shows us that they are very different in permanence and structure. The body and soul, which are are interlinked when alive and separated… View Article

The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks

After reading the Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks I was truly touched and surprised with all of the studies they discovered about HeLa cells, and the court decisions that lead to today’s evolving policies concerning patients’ rights to medical consent procedures. The life story of Henrietta Lacks and her family was very interesting while it… View Article

Indian Burying Grond

The Indian Burying Ground In Freneau’s poem The Indian Burying Ground, the reader is presented with the two different views on life after death. One of the perspectives is from the Christian religion. The other is from the perspective of an Indian religion. The Christian religion thinks that just because you are buried lying down… View Article