Wow, this is a heavy question, but I would say that it is in some circumstances. If the person who wants to end his or her life is in such excrutiating physical pain that living is no longer bearable and there is no other option left to relieve the suffering then I could see a justification for it. Who am I to tell an elderly person who is in constant, intense physical pain that they shouldn't make their own decision about how and when to end it all? It's their life and their choice.
by ashleybunn3 years ago
We euthanize our dying pets - do you believe we should offer assisted suicide to the terminally ill?When our beloved pets are unable to function any more, we often euthanize them to end their suffering. If someone is...
by Borsia4 years ago
Does anyone have the right to dictate that you must go on living if you do not want to?The question is, obviously, assisted suicide; and should it be legal.For the sake of the question you may assume that the person in...
by nightwork47 years ago
should assisted suicide be legal?if a person is suffering from an incurable disease, should it be up to them when they die?
by Vince2 years ago
Should assisted suicide be illegal?Should the person that assisted be charged?
by SomewayOuttaHere7 years ago
I looked through a few threads for discussions around either topic. If anyone can direct me to a discussion - thanks.If not? do you have comments on either technique - pros and cons. would you want either or...
by Dave Mathews5 years ago
JOHN:15:13 tells us."Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."The churches today are quoting this Biblical Gospel Quote to substantiate and advocate for DNR ( Do Not...
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