Essay heading: Kant euthanasia

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To universalize the patient's individual maxim, we would see that most if not all will find suicide morally justifiable because everyone at times may feel depressed. At this point, we look at the duty to preserve life at all costs, and find we cannot universalize the patient's maxim. Kant was tempted with this maxim, but his will finds it immoral...
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Kant was tempted with this maxim, but his will finds it immoral. He once said, "I still have strength enough to take my life, but I hold this to be immoral. Whoever deprives himself of life is a beast?" The extreme idea of suicide also looks at self-love. She wants to feel better, so she thinks death will accomplish this...
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