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"Grief and Loss: Understanding the Journey" (Paperback) by Stephen J.Freeman
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Freeman's chapter concerning ethics in end of life decisions seemingly suggests that moral men tend to make moral decisions. If this statement is taken to be truth, what would follow? How do we as a society define what makes a man moral? Societies and cultures vastly differ; therefore, how can one decide on morality outside the context of environment?
Even though I felt the author made some valid points, I was dismayed about the lack of personalization and empathy toward the grieving. …
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