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|Platon (pov. Aristokles)    |
True philosophers regard the body as an obstacle to the search for knowledge and meaning in life. The need to look after the body presents numerous distractions in the quest for knowledge. As such, a true philosopher's main goal is to be free of the body and its entanglements, to pursue knowledge. Death is the ultimate separation of the soul and body. Body is a prison for the soul and death is the means of freedom for the soul. In the life of a true philosopher, death does not occur when bodily functions cease. Rather, the true philosopher is already dead before they die or before bodily functions cease.
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