"Lec 20 - The value of life, Part II; Other bad aspects of death, Part I" Death (PHIL 176) Lecture 20 continues the discussion of the value of life. It considers the neutral container theory, which holds that the value of life is simply a function of its contents, both pleasant and painful, and contrasts this with the valuable container theory, which assigns value to being alive itself. The lecture then turns to a consideration of some of the other aspects of death that may contribute to the badness of death. Among the issues addressed are the inevitability, variability and unpredictability of death. 00:00 - Chapter 1. What's Missing from the Experience Machine? 05:57 - Chapter 2. The Neutral and Valuable Container Theories: What about Life Is Valuable? 17:05 - Chapter 3. The Fantastic Valuable Container Theory: The Contents Really Matter 26:56 - Chapter 4. Is Deprivation the Only Badness of Death? Consideration of Inevitability 35:16 - Chapter 5. Variability and Unpredictability of Death 43:59 - Chapter 6. Can an Ideal Life Be Planned? Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2007.
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