3 edition of Rethinking how we age found in the catalog.
Rethinking how we age
C. G. Prado
|Series||Contributions in philosophy -- no. 28|
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The Age of Perplexity: Rethinking the World We Knew The technological revolution we are living is generating transformations that affect the future of humanity. Those that seemed fundamental constants of the human species: their physical and mental capacities, their longevity etc., are now to be defined.
A book for all readers entering the aging years, especially those who wish to avoid unnecessary and futile tests and procedures Rethinking Aging is a sobering book, calling for a careful and blunt dialogue about end-of-life and aging issues.
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Taking A New Approach To 'How We Age' Late in life, mental health problems are often dismissed as inevitable signs of aging and decline. But in How We. Rethinking Ageing is a uniquely designed course to give you a broad overview of the many complex issues involved as we as individuals get older and on the macro-level for population ageing.
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