The body trade

Think 18 (51):107-115 (2019)
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What happens after we die? This might be taken as an eschatological question, seeking some explanation or reassurance around the destiny of an immortal soul or some such vital element of our very being. But there is another sense that has at least as much importance. What should we do with dead bodies?Export citation.

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Stephen Rainey
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