The Case of Terri Schiavo
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This paper attempts to discuss the case of Terri Schiavo in the context of her sensationalized death. The end-of-life issues between her husband and her family were not shared in the sense that the former may have learned to accept her death as a person while the latter were in denial, that her life was probably left unfulfilled. The issue of brain death and the implications it had on the Schindler family are discussed.
From the Paper:"The case of Terri Schiavo's is unusual in that it reflects the veracity with which humans defy death. We associate death with the cessation of our own existence; some believe it is a transition into a different type of life, leaving the previous one completely. However, in spite of the latter, we generally remain reluctant to face death and end-of-life issues, as it is probably the only unknown that is left to explore. Losing family or a spouse suddenly may not be much easier to deal with than watching a loved one linger indefinitely in between living and passing on. However, the latter may have..."
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