- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
- One Religious belonging and spiritual questioning: a Western European perspective on ageing and religion
- Two Spirituality: a means for achieving integration in personal and community spheres in an ageing Singapore
- Three Integrating the sacred in creative ageing
- Four Atheist convictions, Christian beliefs or ‘keeping things open’? Patterns of world views among three generations in East German families
- Five Beyond dialogue: entering the fourth space in old age
- Six The long road to a moralisation of old age
- Seven How to balance generations: solidarity dilemmas in a European perspective
- Eight Pension systems and the challenge of population ageing: what does the public think?
- Nine Ethos of care and environment in long-stay care settings: impacts on residents' lives
- Ten Engineering substantially prolonged human lifespans: biotechnological enhancement and ethics
- Eleven Wisdom: a humanist approach to valuing older people
- Twelve Social practices, moral frameworks and religious values in the lives of older people
- Thirteen ‘Woo-hoo, what a ride!’ Older people, life stories and active ageing
- Fourteen Does eldership mean anything in the contemporary West?
- Fifteen Talk about old age, health and morality
- Sixteen Exploring positive images of ageing: the production of calendars
- Seventeen Gateways to humanistic gerontology
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