What are the two aspects of our aesthetic relation to death?

-What is the “schizy” attitude we have towards death
-what is the paradox of closure?

-How do our aesthetic reactions work against our ability to understand death?

-How could seeing death as “skeletal liberation” ease the trauma of facing death?

-How is death a challenge to our sense of self as aesthetically valuable?

-How is storytelling involved in our understanding of life and living?

-Why do we recoil at the sight of gore, disease and dismemberment?


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