Book Review: Dying in the 21st Century: Between Physicality and Technology, by Audrey Deveault and Michaël Lessard
The book Mourir au 21 siècle: entre corporalités et technologies by Audrey Deveault and Michaël Lessard addresses the legal, ethical and phenomenological issues raised by the impact of technological innovations on death. It explores the legal void, as well as the individual and social representations of death, proposing a plural vision of its symbolism and various avenues of reflection to fuel the debate.
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