Handbuch Sterben und Menschenwürde
[Handbook Dying and Human Dignity]
Ed. by Anderheiden, Michael / Eckart, Wolfgang U.
In collab. with Schmitt, Eva / Bardenheuer, Hubert / Kiesel, Helmuth / Kruse, Andreas / Wassmann, Jürgen
- More than 100 essays by recognized experts
- Interdisciplinary approach
- Practical approaches for dealing with death
Aims and Scope
Dying is part of life. Dying and Human Dignity offers the reader a complete overview and a profound evaluation of the knowledge we have about dying. Experts from a wide range of disciplines cast light on this subject from their specific perspectives. This handbook is an essential reference work for everyone who wants to inform himself about dying for either professional or personal reasons.
- 3 vols. Cplt. 2.496 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Reference Work
- Dying; Human Dignity; Palliative Medicine; Hospice
- Academics, Institutes, Libraries, Chaplains, Psychologists, Therapists, Physicians, Nurses, Teachers, Philosophers, Lawyers, Journalists, Social Educators/Workers, Psycho-Oncologists, Anyone Involved in Hospice Work and Palliative Medicine, the Interested Public
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Reiner Andreas Neuschäfer in: Theologische Beiträge 4/2015