Ethics of Passive and Active Euthanasia
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The paper looks at the arguments of James Rachels and how they provide a unique and effective allegory in relating the reasons why euthanasia should be supported in use for terminally ill patients. The paper discusses how the nature of suffering for these types of patients is provisional to understanding how health care institutions deny the use of 'assisted suicide' to help halt the agony of terminally ill patients. The paper explains the argument that letting these patients die in agony is just as immoral as killing them outright.
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Ethics of Passive and Active Euthanasia (2007, December 01) Retrieved September 28, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/ethics-of-passive-and-active-euthanasia-135777/
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