Why Consciousness is Immortal | The Philosophical Proof of Life After Death

Is there life after death? This documentary explores a philosophical argument that suggests consciousness is immortal, and that life after death exists in the form of “personal subjective continuity.” This argument was first presented by the philosopher Thomas Clark, and can be found in his essay titled “Death, Nothingness, and Subjectivity.” Today we explore the implications of this argument, including how it fits with the concept of "open individualism", as conceived by the philosopher Daniel Kolak.