內容簡介 The Death And Anti-Death Series By Ria University Press discusses issues and controversies related to death, life extension, and anti-death. A variety of different differing points of view are presented and argued. Death And Anti-Death, Volume 18: Fifty Years After Earth Day is edited by Charles Tandy, Ph.D.: ISBN 978-1-934297-33-9 is the Hardback edition and ISBN 978-1-934297-34-6 is the Softback edition. (It is available from most retail bookstores and all Espresso Book Machines.) (It is distributed by Ingram: Ingram is the world's largest book distribution network.) Volume 18 (=304 pages) is in honor of the first Earth Day (1970). Please note that most of the chapter contributions do not mention Earth Day, but some do. The chapters (by professional philosophers and other scholars and professionals) are directed to issues related to death, life extension, and anti-death, broadly construed. Most of the contributions consist of scholarship unique to this volume. As was the case with all previous volumes in the Death And Anti-Death Series By Ria University Press, the anthology includes an Abstracts section that serves as an extended table of contents. Volume 18 includes fourteen chapters, as follows: ------CHAPTER ONE: The Triple Revolution (by The Ad Hoc Committee on the Triple Revolution) Pages 27-50. ------CHAPTER TWO: Will We Have To Endure More Severe Calamities Before The U.S. Takes Climate Change Seriously? (by Carolyn Alkire) Pages 51-58. ------CHAPTER THREE: Deforestation And World Population Sustainability: A Quantitative Analysis (by Mauro Bologna and Gerardo Aquino) Pages 59-82. ------CHAPTER FOUR: Is Intrinsic Value Worth Enough? Shared Blessings, The Beatitudes, And Biodiversity Conservation (by Susan Power Bratton) Pages 83-114. ------CHAPTER FIVE: The Death Of Death (by Jos Luis Cordeiro) Pages 115-138. ------CHAPTER SIX: Mortality, Existential Risk, And Universal Basic Income (by Max Ghenis) Pages 139-172. ------CHAPTER SEVEN: What Is An Emotion? (by William James) Pages 173-194. ------CHAPTER EIGHT: Clash Of Cultures - Euthanasia And Indigenous Communities In Queensland, Australia (by Keith Joseph) Pages 195-200. ------CHAPTER NINE: The Death, And Rebirth Of Earth (by Timothy McBride) Pages 201-208. ------CHAPTER TEN: How To Sustain An Organization For Over A Century: Longevity Of Cryonics Organizations (by Max More) Pages 209-242. ------CHAPTER ELEVEN: Hereafter By Design: Some Thoughts On Cryonic Revival And Noncryonic Resurrection Through Advanced Future Technology (by R. Michael Perry) Pages 243-276. ------CHAPTER TWELVE: Should We Provide Emergency Universal Basic Income To Everyone Or Just Those Who Need It? (by Scott Santens) Pages 277-282. ------CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Wordsworth's Poetic Vision Of Nature In Light Of Whitehead's Organic Philosophy (by Matthew David Segall) Pages 283-294. ------CHAPTER FOURTEEN: An Earth Day Story: My Journey From Spaceship Earth To Blue Dot (by Charles Tandy) Pages 295-304.