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Thirty-five years after the publication of her iconic photobook, “The Ballad of Sexual Dependency”, Nan Goldin reflects on a record of life that nobody could revise.
Thirty-five years after the publication of her iconic photobook, “The Ballad of Sexual Dependency”, Nan Goldin reflects on a record of life that nobody could revise.
"I went from being young to being old, I didn’t experience the transition. In your sixties, it’s a much different awareness of death, of seeing how limited your time is and how quickly it goes..."
·aperture.org·
Thirty-five years after the publication of her iconic photobook, “The Ballad of Sexual Dependency”, Nan Goldin reflects on a record of life that nobody could revise.
Euthanasie lite
Euthanasie lite
Het levenseinde verzachten met palliatieve sedatie is prima, maar iets anders dan zelfverkozen euthanasie. ‘terminale sedatie’
·volkskrant.nl·
Euthanasie lite
Can Psychedelics Help Make Dying Easier?
Can Psychedelics Help Make Dying Easier?
A landmark study, published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, in 2006 — shows psilocybin holds promise for end-of-life distress in cancer patients.
after two or three psilocybin sessions, a majority of participants had significant and positive changes in their mood, while 33 percent rated the experience as the most spiritually significant experience of their life, comparable to the birth of a first child or the death of a parent.
·rollingstone.com·
Can Psychedelics Help Make Dying Easier?
Final Days
Final Days
Joyce Carol Oates - Diary, 2019: Berkeley/Summit Hospital, Oakland (The Paris Review)
“I may be entering my Final Days.” Gravely, matter-of-factly he begins to speak in this way. He begins to speak of “my final days.” Final Days. The words strike terror into my heart. In a way I cannot believe that I am hearing such words. Matter-of-fact words. No. Yet there is something dignified, noble about such words. “I may be entering my Final Days.”
·theparisreview.org·
Final Days
Kathy Boudin obituary | The Times
Kathy Boudin obituary | The Times
Kathy Boudin, of The Weathermen, was born on May 19, 1943. She died of cancer on May 1, 2022, aged 78.
“If only there were a place where the living and the dead could meet, to tell their tales, to weep, I would reach for you — not so you could forgive me, but so you would know that I have no pride for what I’ve done, only the wisdom and regret that came too late.”
·archive.ph·
Kathy Boudin obituary | The Times
De doodsreutel is gereanimeerd
De doodsreutel is gereanimeerd
Kunstproject: Kunstenaar Vibeke Mascini voerde actie om het woord ‘doodsreutel’ terug in de Dikke Van Dale te krijgen. En slaagde, zag Thomas van Huut.
·nrc.nl·
De doodsreutel is gereanimeerd
Paying tribute to the dead isn’t an easy undertaking | The Times
Paying tribute to the dead isn’t an easy undertaking | The Times
i'm not usually a fan of puns in headlines but this is nice ... and an interesting piece about the workings of the obit department archived 23 Apr 2022
if Peterson were to succumb to any of his well-publicised health problems tomorrow
well let us pray that he does
·archive.ph·
Paying tribute to the dead isn’t an easy undertaking | The Times
Authentieke levenseindes
Authentieke levenseindes
2Doc.nl zet de mooiste, ontroerendste, aangrijpendste, doodgewoonste en eerlijkste documentaires over het sterven op een rij.
·2doc.nl·
Authentieke levenseindes
Execution by nitrogen hypoxia?
Execution by nitrogen hypoxia?
A legal battle over a potential new method of execution in the US, raises ethical questions. Corinna Barrett Lain, a law professor at the University of Richmond says the most humane method of execution is the firing squad.
·scientificamerican.com·
Execution by nitrogen hypoxia?