Warning: curl_setopt() expects parameter 2 to be long, string given in /home/laurvick/public_html/wp-content/plugins/reviewazonpro/api/lib/requestcore/requestcore.class.php on line 431

The controversy over the right to die movement

When we are young and strong, we don't think about mortality. Unless you are personally afflicted with a condition that requires life support measures or degrades your quality of life to the point of unbearable pain, the right to die issue may not be of major concern.

If you ponder the situation of people faced with such choices, it's a painful concept that, in the end, remains a philosophical question. Yet, the arguments for euthanasia are questions we cannot morally ignore.

In ancient times, people with afflictions that led to death had to endure their pain and suffering until death occurred.

A person with diabetes can now be kept alive by means of dialysis. How does this person feel about being kept alive with daily blood changes?
Read the rest of this entry