Why death in many societies is considered deeply social.

Martin Luther once said that “Every man must do two things alone; he must do his own believing and his own dying.” Over the course of almost a hundred years, anthropologists studying death rituals and beliefs in various places around the world have fundamentally disagreed with Luther on this. With reference to readings in this course, please explain why death in many societies is considered deeply social, if not the start of new social relationships.

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