Is Death Ever Preferable to Life? (International Library of by Ian Olver

By Ian Olver

This is an unique contribution to the a lot debated region of the worth that we must always position on human existence. With the euthanasia factor highlighted within the public area this booklet argues for a non-absolutist optimum worth on existence ethic and the way that matches with society's present emphasis on person autonomy. by means of daily examples the effect of putting a excessive worth on lifestyles is explored. will probably be necessary for college students of ethics, nursing and medication and people engaged within the public debate on euthanasia.

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