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Essay heading: Euthanisia
 
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The most persuasive argument is mercy. People who argue mercy state that it is cruel and inhumane to refuse the plea of a terminally ill patient who wishes their life to be mercifully ended. They also argue that the suffering of terminal patients is not just physical pain, which is bad enough, but it also involves helplessness, stress, exhaustion, terror and loss...
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Another argument is respect for the person's autonomy. People who are pro euthanasia feel that a person's autonomy should be respected to the extent that no one else is harmed. So, since a terminally ill patient undergoing euthanasia harms no one else, that person's autonomy and decision should be respected...
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