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|Even people with a mean or evil disposition have something good about them |
and we must always acknowledge these positive characteristics to bring out the
best in them. Death always comes too early or too late. Death always comes too ...
|Weisman (1972) defines an appropriate death as "one in which there is reduction |
of conflict, compatibility with the ego ideal, ... On the other hand, Dr. Kurt Eissler (
1955) believes that "death always comes both too early and too late — too early ...
|Most writers describe death as the ultimate loss and it can clearly be seen thus, it |
is also the final gain of the fusion with ... Eissler believes that Death always
comes both too early and too late—too early because the ego has rarely realized
|It is from the part of the text relative to the first relationship to death that Heidegger |
selected the passage cited. ... To the ones, now deserted or never inhabited by a
great willing, death always comes too late because "the victor is your grinning ...
|Such hints and allusions should be gathered silently at first. In other words, the |
tragic motif of grief must be ... and, therefore, inherently frustrating. Eissler
believes that Death always comes both too early and too late—too early
|We have a long cultural tradition of attempts to deal with the problems of death |
that comes too soon. ... had spent all ourcultural resources trying to avoid deaths
thatcometoo soon, onlyto findthat wethen had noresources leftto help us when
death comes too late. ... thatwe should always try to prolong life,no matter what.
|Death always comes too early or too late. —English Proverb Edward Laken |
frequently encountered death in the course of his duties, and he had learned to
hold himself apart from it—from its violence, its pathos, its pain. But this time, he ...
|It is not always the best death. At times ... Conclusion We have a long cultural |
tradition of attempts to deal with the problems of death that comes too soon. ... We
have much less cultural wisdom about the problems of a death that comes too
|The progress always comes too late for the dead; and the individual person |
always dies too early to benefit from the progress of humanity. The theme of this
book, therefore, brings together two themes that are often not regarded as
|[He stifles her]' Too late, sero, late is always too late, says ]D in Silkworm, late is |
always already absolutely late, already in the first sentence of his text: ' . . . before
it's too late . . . '. Too early too late, the absolute contretemps that could take us ...