Death And Anti-Death, Volume 1: One Hundred Years After N. F. Fedorov (1829-1903) Charles Tandy, Ph.D., Editor ISBN 0-9743472-0-5 Ria University Press (Palo Alto, California USA) The anthology discusses a number of interdisciplinary cultural, psychological, metaphysical, and moral issues and controversies related to death, life extension, and anti-death. This first volume in the series (The Death And Anti-Death Series By Ria University Press) is in honor of the 19th century Russian philosopher N. F. Fedorov. (Some of the contributions are about Fedorov; most are not.) Each of the 17 chapters includes a selected or short bibliography. The anthology also contains an Introduction and an Index -- as well as an Abstracts section that serves as an extended table of contents. A variety of differing points of view are presented and argued. Most of the 400-plus pages consists of contributions unique to this volume. Although of interest to the general reader, the anthology functions well as a textbook for university courses in culture studies, death-related controversies, ethics, futuristics, humanities, interdisciplinary studies, life extension issues, metaphysics, and psychology. Professional philosophers and scholars contributing to this volume include the following: Giorgio Baruchello, Ph.D.; Troy T. Catterson, Ph.D.; John M. Collins, Ph.D.; Anthony S. Dawber, M.A.; Richard Greene, Ph.D.; William Grey, Ph.D.; Julian Lamont, Ph.D.; Jack Li, Ph.D.; Steven Luper, Ph.D.; Harry R. Moody, Ph.D.; Robert R. Newport, M.D.; Scott David O'Reilly; James P. Scanlan, Ph.D.; Daniela Steila, Ph.D.; David S. Stodolsky, Ph.D.; Charles Tandy, Ph.D.; Mark Taormina; Werner J. Wagner, Ph.D.; George M. Young, Ph.D.