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The End of Life Sciences

Journal: Austin Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine (Vol.3, No. 2)

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Page : 1-6

Keywords : Palliative care; Death; Birth; Life;

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Our identities in ultimate space, the palliative care area. Our identities, critical paradigms of being contemporary, do in my opinion between humans with self-regulating mechanisms. At this time, the maze of all end of life will be produced and is information containing all existing conflicting elements and remained underlying. I will get back to this status of the human by giving Edgar Morin's statement: "Death is what identifies the man with the animal and what differentiates from it. Like all living beings, the human from death. Unlike any living being, he denies death in his belief in an afterlife.” The basic idea is therefore that the faculties (cognitive inextricable) are all related to the history of what has been lived in the same manner as any layout of a road or path, the pre-existent, appears while walking. The image of our dead persons in this cognition that follows, can be solving the problem by means of representations but do emerge, creating a world whose only condition to be operational: duty to ensure the sustainability of the whole game then in death deceased and not the entire company around. By the way cannot present a defense against the aesthetic seduction training as one piece about the suspended time-between between Life and Death. Conclusion: In recent months I have, on various reasons, worked the subjects expressed, I was called to formulate a new angle to finish this. At the "concept of palliative" medical or health care setting, I will treat this subject with the aim of sociology and anthropology with the subject line connecting: empathy.

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