The ethical dilemmas of euthanasia june 01 2010 2 comments discussion of euthanasia often elicits strong emotion which is not surprising as it involves life and death issues for over 2000 years it has been a prohibited medical practice but now euthanasia is legal in the netherlands belgium and luxembourg. Human rights and euthanasia the ethical debate on euthanasia voluntary euthanasia advocating dignity death with dignity in the us 1985 2011 advocacy groups work across many aspects of death with dignity practice and treatment and provide insight across multiple aspects of death with dignity. Even though they cannot do without the involvement of euthanasia as mentioned in the proceeding arguments the practice is still unethical government involvement in end of life decisions the argument does not explicitly state what kind of role that euthanasia would play in here let alone the ethical issue. Religious views and the euthanasia debate many take it to be the case that religious arguments against euthanasia should not be admitted to the public square in a new article in the journal christian bioethics villanova university philosopher stephen napier makes an ambitious argument against this view. Countless debates have been held on euthanasia but little research has been done into the experiences of patients who request it proponents portray an undignified death and opponents fear the potential dangers of legalising euthanasia but the fundamental question is why patients want euthanasia
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