What Does It Mean to Grow Old?: Reflections from the Humanities
In What Does It Mean to Grow Old? essayists come to grips as best they can with the phenomenon of an America that is about to become the Old Country. They have been drawn from every relevant disciplinegerontology, social medicine, politics, health, anthropology, ethics, lawand asked to speak their mind. Most of them write extremely well [and their] sharply individual voices are heard.
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The Meaning of Life and the Meaning of Old Age
The Virtues and Vices of the Elderly William F May
The Meaning of Risk Rights and Responsibility
Victorian Morality in a New Key Thomas R Cole
The Wizard of Pilgrimage or What Color
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