I may have invented a new term related to the desirable yet supposedly meaningless life of immortals.
Telaletheism is based on the concept of Dialetheism, which is the defense of multiple contradicting perspectives on truth.
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Telaletheism is specifically the attitude of propinquity or delay about formulating interpretations of life's experiences. Perhaps it is clearer to say that it is the tendency for an immortal to value their life in spite of its being meaningless, or in other words, the tendency to find meaningless meaning, particularly for the immortal.
Another source is the concept of the Vampire. (See my joke Vampire Page if you're interested).
I'm in favor of immortality for everyone who wants it, by the way.
Immortality of the Telaletheistic variety will be characterized by casual conditionalities about the best things in life.
For example, 'supposedly meaningless'.
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