Justice vs Charity

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Philosophy

 

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Richard L

 

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September 26, 2014

 

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University

 

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Conversely, what if it is in one's most immediate interest to be relieved of their life, but they choose not to do so? Finally, how is one supposed to know whether a person wishes to live or die if that person can't communicate that thought? Using the ideals of morality and modern ethical questions, certain struggles in the field of euthanasia arise: active versus passive euthanasia, and the questions of how to deal with involuntary and non-voluntary euthanasia...
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Rachels sets out to contend that we are only able to answer these questions if we analyze the importance of two major factors concerning life: justice and charity. The moral distinction between an act and an omission becomes somewhat fuzzy when the intent of the person performing the act or omission is benevolent...
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