Tag: euthanasia

Tag: euthanasia

The World’s Canaries in the Eugenics Coal Mine
January 30, 2023 Global Bioethics Abby Wall

The World’s Canaries in the Eugenics Coal Mine: The Ethics Behind the Patterns Following Belgium and Denmark’s Acts of Legal Determination of the Privilege to Live and Die By Abigail Wall Table of Contents Abstract Aims and Background Framework Denmark Belgium Ethical Considerations Conclusion Abstract The recent results of Denmark’s 2004 policy to offer universal

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Psychiatric Illnesses and Euthanasia
May 5, 2022 Global Bioethics Maddie Popolow

The Capacity to Choose: The Ethics of Euthanasia for Those With Psychiatric Illnesses By Madeline Popolow Summary: Euthanasia is typically viewed as a controversial practice, even more so as it has been legalized for those with psychiatric illnesses in five countries. Canada has been the most recent country to pass a law that allows euthanasia

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The Ethics of Organ Donation Euthanasia
June 16, 2020 Brave New World Apara Sharma

Saving Lives via Actively Ending Lives: the Ethics of Organ Donation Euthanasia By Claire Chou In this paper, I explore the ethical implications of organ donation euthanasia, a hypothetical procedure in which the cause of the patient’s death is their vital organs being removed in the operating room. These organs would then be available for

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