When it became possible to extend the dying process, it became necessary to decide when to stop doing so because of the enormous personal and social costs. But perspectives on qassisted suicideq vary greatly. Physicians see it as a medical issue, jurists as a legal issue, philosophers as a moral issue and the media as a political issue. These original essays show how these perspectives shape the ongoing debate.Article does not speak directly to assisted suicide. June 8. aquot;Senate report on euthanasia: pro and con: On the big issue, the committee turned chicken.aquot; (Arthur Schafer) Editorials expressing pro and con positions surrounding the Canadiananbsp;...
|Author||:||C. G. Prado|
|Publisher||:||University of Ottawa Press - 2000|