Who Wants to Live Forever?: Postmoderne Formen des Weiterwirkens Nach Dem Tod

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Bestattungen im Friedwald, Plastination oder der Versuch, durch Einfrieren den Leichnam zu konservieren: All dies sind neue Phänomene der Bestattungs- und Erinnerungskultur, die in diesem Band diskutiert werden. Der Tod, so die These, soll durch den gezielten Einsatz des eigenen toten Körpers gefügig gemacht und durch eine spezifische Vorstellung von Unsterblichkeit umgangen werden.



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