"آخرت" جي ورجائن ۾ تفاوت

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== ڪنفيوشس جو آخرت بابت عقيدو ==
ٻڌ جي زماني جو ڪنفيوشس پڻ موت جي حقيقت کي قبول ڪيو پر ھي آخرت يا موت کان پوءِ واري زندگي بابت [[اگنانواديت|اگنانواد]]{{ٻيا نالا|انگريزي=agnostic}} ھيو. ان جي باوجود ڪافي ڪنفيوشنسٽ آگوان يا روح جي نئين جنم {{ٻيا نالا|انگريزي= reincarnation}} تي يقين رکن ٿا.
 
==قديم يوناني مذھب ۾ آخرت جو تصور==
 
Buddha’s contemporary, Confucius, accepted the reality of death also but was agnostic regarding life after death. However, many Confucianists today believe in the reincarnation of the soul. Early Greek thought reflects the concept of a shadowy underworld called Hades, but increasingly it was supplanted by the concept of astral immortality. Orphism and Pythagoreanism promoted an explicit concept of the immortality of the soul, and Plato (and later, Cicero) developed extensive arguments to defend this view. In contrast, Epicureans believed that the person ceases to exist at death, Aristotle was skeptical of individual immortality, and Stoics disagreed among themselves. The mystery religions offered attainment of astral immortality to all who would submit to their secret rites of initiation. Greeks and Romans generally abhorred the idea that the body would have any role in the afterlife. The Romans believed in the apotheosis (exaltation to divinity after death) of certain emperors such as Julius Caesar, Augustus, and Claudius. Second Temple Judaism, influenced by Persian and Greek thought, developed various conceptions of
 
==اسلام ۾ آخرت جو عقيدو==