“I am not afraid of death,” said Woody Allen, “I just don’t want to be there when it happens.” Professor Barbara A. Noah must have had Allen in mind when writing her not-run-of-the-mill law review article. Actually, it’s a psychological, sociological and philosophical essay. You’ll want, of course, to read what’s on top, where she quotes philosopher Ernst Becker, but also be sure to mine the footnotes quoting Joan Didion, Kierkegaard and ...

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