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ERIC Number: EJ192100
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1978
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Ethics of Death and Dying: Historical Perspective.
Gruman, Gerald J.
Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, v9 n3 p203-37 1978-79
Argues that the ethical dilemmas surrounding dying and death today can be better understood from a historical perspective. The methodology of intellectual history is employed to examine the sequence of cultural stages from pre-history to the contemporary scene, using the concept of the death system (Kastenbaum) as an organizing formulation. (Author)
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Language: English
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