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Epitaph (22) - Euthanasia


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  1. Jul 30,  · In a way, the epitaphs on gravestones are your last words to the world—and they’re literally written in stone. From political to humorous (and .
  2. “That is not true, but we lack the moral authority to endorse them (acts of euthanasia). What we do instead is what you have just seen. We commend the dying to Saint Hubert and tie them to a pillar in order to prolong and intensify their suffering.” ― Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez, Of Love and Other Demons.
  3. Jan 02,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Euthanasia · Pissgrave Euthanasia ℗ Profound Lore Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  4. It is being republished in light of the Supreme Court of India's landmark ruling to legalise euthanasia. When one battles death at the age of 70 or more, the cause is heroic. But public reaction is a bit restrained. Death is eventually triumphant. Sadly, an old person fighting death, does not look as heroic as a young person battling it.
  5. Euthanasia. When we talk about “euthanasia,” what exactly do we mean? Today, we usually hear about euthanasia in the health care context. For our purposes, “euthanasia” amounts to doing, or not doing, something to intentionally bring about a patient’s death.
  6. Euthanasia is generally defined as the act of killing an incurably ill person out of concern and compassion for that person's suffering. It is sometimes called mercy killing, but many advocates of euthanasia define mercy killing more precisely as the ending of another person's life without his or .

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