It is clear what tense to use directly after I wish, but I haven't found a rule explaining what tenses to use in dependent clauses like in the example below:
I wish they thought about people who would/will live after them (but they don't think about people who will live after them)
The first part of the sentence after 'I wish' is in Past Simple, so I think it would be logical to use past tenses for the whole sentence. Am I right? Or can we use 'will' here?
On the other hand, people will live after them. It's not a hypothetical situation, but a fact.
I'm confused. Please, help.