Whether it be disconnecting life-support systems, choosing not to resuscitate, administering a lethal overdose, or choosing not to commence life-sustaining measures, the public is deeply divided: should these actions be viewed as “mercy killing,” or are they acts of murder pure and simple? Is there a moral difference between “killing” and “letting die”? This book presents nineteen fascinating selections that help clear away the clouds of confusion churning at the center of this emotionally charged debate.
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Published by Prometheus Books Nov 01, 1989| 216 Pages| 6 x 9| ISBN 9780879755553