A Good Death: On The Value Of Death And Dying: On the value of death and dying
The notion of a good death plays an important role in modern palliative care and remains a topic for lively debate. Using philosophical methods and theories, this book provides a critical analysis of Western notions surrounding the dying process in the palliative care context.
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Chapter 1 Ethics and value
Chapter 2 Dying death and beyond
Chapter 3 Global features of death and dying
Chapter 4 Facing death
Chapter 5 Prepared to die
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