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Fears of Death

  • Lisl Marburg Goodman
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Part of the The Springer Series on Death and Suicide book series (TSSDS, volume 4)

Abstract

“I don’t think people are afraid of death. What they are afraid of is the incompleteness of their life,” wrote Ted Rosenthal (1973), who at the age of thirty was told that he had acute leukemia and was going to die.

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1981

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  • Lisl Marburg Goodman

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