Awareness of Death: a Controllable Process or a Traumatic Experience?

@inproceedings{Moor2004AwarenessOD,
  title={Awareness of Death: a Controllable Process or a Traumatic Experience?},
  author={Argo Moor},
  year={2004}
}
We do not know what comes after death. But as human beings, aware of our mortality, we inevitably relate ourselves to our mortality. One output of such relating includes various beliefs about how the life of a person, his/her death and after-death existence are connected. Different beliefs have different ethical consequences and different impact on life. The beliefs do not have a direct influence, but they presume the actualisation of awareness of death. 

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