Consider the following scenario:
There could be an institution in the future, similar to insurance companies, that deals with the storage of our DNA. Not only is the conservation of our body the goal, but so is the complete rebuilding of ourselves. What if we were to be restored in 200 years from our DNA? It is therefore not life insurance we are talking about. Rather it is a kind of reincarnation insurance. Let’s put aside all the organizational aspects. The financial position of our future self is of secondary importance. Considerations regarding accommodation, career opportunities and other such things also do not matter. All these aspects are covered by the insurance. More important is the question of what this institution needs to consider when it comes to a possible restoration. Is our body alone ever enough to define ourselves?