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  1. In short, life is the volitional development of the subject (s). Accordingly, the most important sign of life is the presence of a single causal branch of independent actions (changes) originating from a specific subject.

  2. And why is the question in philosophy? Well, “life” implies the ability to reproduce its own kind, which is still possible to say – in an extremely generalized sense. Erwin Schrodinger once wrote the book ” What is Life? From a physicist's point of view.” This point of view will give a different picture, which for some was so exciting that they ran away from physics to biology and then won the Nobel Prize.

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