The Case Against Euthanasia Argumentative Essay by Winston

The Case Against Euthanasia
Presents arguments against the use of euthanasia.
# 3032 | 1,262 words | 3 sources | 2001 | BE
Published on Sep 22, 2003 in Philosophy (Ethics) , Hot Topics (Euthanasia)


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Description:

This essay defines the moral issue of euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide and engages in a spirited discussion of why euthanasia is a huge mistake for our society, focusing on the threat to women, minorities, and the disabled in America that physician-assisted suicide presents.

From the Paper:

"They include an incompatibility with the moral and professional commitment of physicians, a weakening of society's desire to provide optimal care for the terminally ill, increased societal pressure on sick patients to request assisted suicide, and most importantly, possible abuses and extensions of euthanasia which may lead down the "slippery slope" to Nazism and selective genocide."

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