Euthanasia Analytical Essay by The Research Group

A look at arguments dealing with the topic of euthanasia and whether it can be considered ethical or justified.
# 72578 | 678 words | 4 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Hot Topics (Euthanasia) , Medical and Health (General) , Ethics (General)

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This paper examines the arguments concerning euthanasia and whether the practice of euthanasia can be considered ethical or even justified. The paper discusses and explains voluntary and involuntary euthanasia and looks at how the Utilitarian philosophy can be applied to this issue. The paper also looks at how arguments of Peter Singer apply to this topic.

From the Paper:

"The debate over euthanasia begins with the definition of the word itself. Today people distinguish between active and passive euthanasia as well as voluntary and involuntary euthanasia. The distinction between active and passive euthanasia would seem to be straightforward. Active euthanasia occurs when someone actively brings about someone's death as in through an injection of a toxic substance. Passive euthanasia, on the other hand, occurs when someone refuses to intervene actively in order to prevent someone else's death. For example, in a real life hospital setting a..."

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