As DreamWalker Death, I'm not agree with some of their conclusions or "human" solutions, but I find them interesting because they speak, first, about death, about fear of dying. How many of you talk about it normally? Or to remove the thought until you find yourself really closed to death?
And then, I like them because they speak about death as a starting point for living life! And because someone is opening a new awareness of how to die better and not so melancholy in a hospital.
The videos are here:
- Life that doesn't end with death by Kelly Swazey (anthropologist)
- A philosophical quest for our biggest problems by Nick Bostrom (philosopher)
- The 4 stories we tell ourselves about death by Stephen Cave (philosopher)
- Dying in 21st century Australia, a new experience for all of us by Peter Saul (Director of Intensive Care at Newcastle Private Hospital)