SS 680 Perspectives on Death and Dying
Designed to help the
student gain insight into the phenomena of death and dying in America and
other societies. An
interdisciplinary approach used to explore the meaning of death for a
philosophy of life, drawing upon writings from medicine and nursing, the
liberal arts, and the humanities. Group
discussions and guest lecturers.
There is only one liberty-to come to terms with death, after which everything else is possible. -Albert Camus
from Church Monuments by George Herbert
And wanton in thy cravings, thou mayst know,
That flesh is but the glass, which holds the dust
That measures all our time; which also shall
Be crumbled into dust.
Objectives: To enable students to:
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