The Evening of Life-- A Dialogue with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross on the Educational Aspect of the Five Stages of Dying
|Keywords:||生命;死亡;臨終;否認與孤立;憤怒;議價;抑鬱;接受;希望;彌留;Life;Death;Dying;Denial & isolation;Anger;Bargaining;Depression;Acceptance;Hope;Decathexis||Issue Date:||Jan-2001||Start page/Pages:||077-113||Source:||國立臺灣大學哲學論評||Abstract:||
According to her major research on death and dying, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross proposes that the final phases of a terminally ill patient may undergo such stages as denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. From our dialogue with Dr. Kubler-Ross, we come to realise that each stage may prove to be an occasion for one to learn his lesson concerning the meaning of life. If a person manages to make good use of the opportunity, he may attain such an edifying transfiguration of life that reveals that dying can be a challenge for one to confront one's ultimate concern, a chance for achieving spiritual growth, and pathway through which one may appropriate for oneself the value of love.
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