Metaphysics as Prolegomenon to Ethics (Joel Kupperman).
The Meaning of Life (John Kekes).
In Defense of a Common Ideal for a Human Life (E. M. Adams).
Can the Dead Really Be Buried? (Palle Yourgrau).
Later Death/Earlier Birth (Christopher Belshaw).
Death and the Psychological Conception of Personal Identity (John Martin Fischer and Daniel Speak).
Thick and Thin Selves: Reply to Fischer and Speak (Frederik Kaufman).
The Termination Thesis (Fred Feldman).
The Evil of Death Revisited (Harry S. Silverstein).
Death and Asymmetries in Normative Appraisals (Ishtiyaque Haji).
Appraising Death in Human Life: Two Modes of Valuation (Stephen E. Rosenbaum).
"For Now Have I My Death’: The "Duty to Die" versus the Duty to Help the Ill Stay Alive (Felicia Ackerman).
Taking Life and the Argument from Potentiality (Roy W. Perrett).
Privatizing Death: Metaphysical Discouragement of Ethical Thinking (John Woods).
Justifications for Killing Noncombatants in War (F. M. Kamm).
Capital Punishment and the Sanctity of Life (Philip E. Devine).
Aesthetics: The Need for a Theory (Mary Mothersill).