The Problem Of Euthanasia
In our prior examination of attitudes toward death, I argued that the Greek concept of euthanasia (a) referred to a manner of dying; (b) literally translated meant an easy or good death; and (c) logically entailed no one particular theory about what happened to the dead. This account must now be expanded in two important ways.
KeywordsRational Suicide Virtuous Person Good Death Life Ethic Voluntary Euthanasia
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