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Where to Draw the Lines
Justifying a Definition of Death16 A
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act of euthanasia action active euthanasia acute alive allowed ambivalence argue attitudes authentic autonomy benefit brain charity comatose patient concepts of death concerned condition consent coping mechanisms Court culture dead death and dying decide decision definitions of death discussion disease distinction doctors Down's Syndrome duty dying person emotional evil example fact feelings function hospital human biological human personal Ibid important individual involved issues James Rachels Jehovah's Witness John Hughlings Jackson Judge Muir judicial Justice Markowitz live living-dying matter means medical ethics medicine mercy killing moral normal obligations one's operational definitions ordinary organs oriented definitions pain passive euthanasia perhaps phase Philippa Foot Philippe Aries philosophy physician possible practice problem prolong question Quinlan reason refuse relationship respirator responsibility role sake seems sense social society someone spina bifida suffering suicide thanatologist therapy things tion tradition trajectory transfusions treatment Tristram Engelhardt whole-body wish