The Troubled Dream of Life: In Search of a Peaceful Death
Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2000. 255 p.
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Callahan, Daniel (1993)
The Final Trip: Five Authors Explore What Happens to the Body After the Physician Pronounces Death Review of the Undertaking: Life Studies From the Dismal Trade, by Thomas Lynch; Death to Dust: What Happens to Dead Bodies, by Kenneth Iserson; Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers, by Mary Roach; the Troubled Dream of Life: Living With Mortality, by Daniel Callahan; First Cut: A Season in the Human Anatomy Lab, by Albert Howard Carter III Meyer, Charles R. (2004-01)
Callahan, Daniel (1993-07)To gain a better way of thinking about medical technology and our human mortality, we should begin backward. Death should be seen as the necessary and inevitable end point of medical care....We as a society remain uncertain ...