Assuming that there is no afterlife -- that you lose the ability to think or

Assuming that there is no afterlife -- that you lose the ability to think or

Assuming that there is no afterlife -- that you lose the ability to think or feel anything once your body dies -- is it irrational to fear death? Asked another way: Was Larkin wrong when he described the philosopher's contention that "no rational being can fear a thing it will not feel" as "specious stuff"?

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