For undergraduate courses in Death and Dying in departments of Religious Studies, Philosophy, Sociology, and Psychology departments.
Applying a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of death and dying, this text is a collection of originally written introductions, primary readings, study questions, small group exercises, relevant website links and suggestions for further research. It gathers together current and classical statements on death and dying from religious, philosophical, psychological, ethical, and practical perspectives.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Why Study Death?
1. Death Beliefs.
2. Death Philosophies.
3. Death Visions.
4. Death Ethics.
5. Death Emotions.
6. Death Preparations.
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$44.99 | ISBN-13: 978-0-13-194191-5