Nothing to Be Frightened ofBook - 2008
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"For Montaigne, the death of youth, which often takes place unnoticed, is the harder death; what we habitually refer to as 'death' is no more than the death of old age ... The leap from the attenuated survival of senescence into non-existence is much easier than the sly transition from heedless youth to crabbed and regretful age." (p. 41-2)
"We may allow Death, like God, to be [occasionally ironic] ... The essential difference remains: God might be dead, but Death is well alive. ... 'Death is sweet; it delivers us from the fear of death.' Is this not a comfort?" (p. 205, 209)
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