Human Dignity and Assisted Death

New York, NY: Oup Usa (2017)
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Abstract

Assisted dying and human dignity are two extremely contested topics in Bioethics. This volume offers the first book-length attempt to bring both together. Its authors develop detailed philosophical analyses of dignity, and how it relates to assisted suicide and euthanasia.

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