Euthanasia

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Philosophy

 

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Eugene C

 

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September 8, 2014

 

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University

 

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Others may even argue that it is not even rational to want death, for the value of life is much more important. But I think these people are mistaken. First, no one is more clear-headed about the consequences or knows more about the patient's experience than the patient himself. It is subjective; the degree of deteriorating physical life and the value of one's remaining life...
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It is subjective; the degree of deteriorating physical life and the value of one's remaining life. Thus, only the patient could be in the position to decide if he feels death to be worse or if there are worse things than death, such as long-term pain, confusion, and loss of dignity, followed by death...
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