|Source: Luper - The Cambridge Companion to Life and Death, 2014, Chapter 11|
|Paper - Abstract|
Book Chapter, but pdf downloaded from Cambridge Core. Filed in zip with full book.
Footnote 1: Taken from "Luper (Steven) - The Cambridge Companion to Life and Death: Introduction".
Footnote 2: This sounds all well and good, but if – to make life easy for the living – we ostentatiously did away with the achievements of the dead – this might have a demoralising effect on the living and reduce the amount of effort they put into their projects, especially when it was clear that they themselves – say late on in their lives, or because of the incomprehension of their contemporaries – could not expect to enjoy any benefit in their lifetimes.
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