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Department
Religion
Course
RLG229H1
Professor
Philip Goodman
Semester
Winter

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Readings: hertz and Aires Mortuary practices are all about normative traditions People learn about death and its practices through various institution such as family, the church, school etc. Hertz says that death does not occur in a single moment Aires says being dead has to do with what it means to be a person Death is just the fate of the individual When someone dies the do not disappear they lead a diminished life They live on in peoples memories and they still have status in their community Its is not complete eradication but their presence is diminished Airies says that when someone dies they status is merely shifted Hertz says death is a ter
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