Contemporary Perspectives on Rational Suicide
James L. Werth
Psychology Press, 1999 - Psychology - 236 pages
This text brings together spokespersons from several different disciplines who can present their arguments for or against rational suicide as a viable concept and, consequently, a realistic option.
The pros and cons of the discussion format bring the readers to search for their beliefs, and the final decision of acceptance or rejection of the concept is left to each individual reader.
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