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Author: Diane Collinson,Rob Campbell
ISBN13: 978-0631153290
Title: Ending Lives
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Language: English
Category: Death and Grief
Publisher: Blackwell Publishers (February 26, 1988)
Pages: 242

Ending Lives by Diane Collinson,Rob Campbell

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Includes bibliographies and index. Personal Name: Collinson, Diané, 1930-. Rubrics: Euthanasia Suicide. ISBN: 1560001429 (cloth) Author: Barry, Robert Laurence. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Ending lives, Robert Campbell, Diané Collinson.

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Robert Campbell and Diane Collinson, Ending Lives, Basil Blackwell and The Open University Press, Oxford, 1988, 203 p. hbk £2. 0, ISBN 0 631 153 29 2, pbk £. 5, ISBN 0 631 15331 4. David Greaves (a1). Centre of Medical Law and Ethics, King's College, University of London. Published online: 14 November 2008. Export citation Request permission.

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This book addresses the sensitive and complex issues of suicide and euthanasia. by Diané Collinson and Robert Campbell. Select Format: Hardcover.

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This book addresses the sensitive and complex issues of suicide and euthanasia. It examines the apparent contradiction that those who, in general terms, hold killing people to be wrong may well believe suicide or euthanasia to be morally justifiable, even though they are both cases of killing people. This in turn raises complex questions of subjectivism: is life just about the pursuit of happiness and the avoidance of suffering, or about doing what people want? To decide these issues we need an objective guide to what is good to help us determine whether it may be good to take someone's life. The authors cover the various approaches employed to dealing with these questions: the autonomy position (killing is wrong because people object to being killed, therefore when there is no objection as with suicide or euthanasia, killing cannot be wrong); the utilitarian position (the promotion of happiness is the basis of good actions); and the quality of life position. The authors provide a summary of the positions and controversies surrounding life and death, including the sensitive issue of whether lack of medical resources can lead to involuntary euthanasia.