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- Bradley, B. J Ethics (2015) 19: 409. doi:10.1007/s10892-015-9204-7
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Many of us feel existential terror when contemplating our future nonexistence. I examine several attempts to rationally justify existential terror. The most promising of these appeals to the effects of future nonexistence on the meaningfulness of our lives. I argue that even this justification fails, and therefore existential terror is irrational.