James Rachels’s Defense of Active Euthanasia: A Critical & Normative Study

Dissertation, Graduate School of Philosophy and Religion Assumption University, Thailand (2008)
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The researcher believes that James Rachels’s defense of active euthanasia deserves a critical and normative analysis because of its dehumanizing consequences. The researcher demonstrates that Rachels’s position is conceptually, theoretically, practically, and normatively unjustifiable. The researcher supports his position by three steps



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