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I. TWO DEATHS At what stage of life is it worst for a person to die? Here are two fictional examples to help frame the question. Baby. A three-week-old baby, Baby, dies in an accident. Had Baby not died then, he would have enjoyed a happy childhood and adolescence, gone to college, entered a PhD program in philosophy, become a professional philosopher, and lived an enjoyable life until dying at age 80. Student. A 23-year-old philosophy graduate student, Student, dies in an accident after adoi:10.1086/524878 fatcat:4o5bwrbvnbb2rdhojjnjdvdslm