Counting the cost of denying assisted dying

Clinical Ethics 15 (2):65-70 (2020)

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David M. Shaw
University of Basel
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In this paper, we propose and defend three economic arguments for permitting assisted dying. These arguments are not intended to provide a rationale for legalising assisted suicide or euthanasia in...
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