Forum Philosophicum

Volume 13, Issue 1, Spring 2008

Adam Świeżyński
Pages 119-126

The Evolutionary Concept of Human Death

The natural sciences reveal the existence of a constant process of cosmic evolution, in which new forms of matter emerge. The continuity of the non-Organic and biological evolutionary processes, their assignment to the laws of nature, as well as the fact that the appearance of a human being constitutes their culmination, all this shows that a human being is an element of the material structure of the world. From the evolutionary point of view, it could be argued that I human being is „the ultimate form of life," a very interesting but, in many respects, still very mysterious idea.

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