PHI 115 Euthanasia - Nathan Foust PHI 115 Professor Johnson...

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Unformatted text preview: Nathan Foust PHI 115 Professor Johnson Topic Argument #3 The right to life is a topic of great debate in this country. Whether it be abortion or euthanasia the right to terminate a human life is something that many people is a topic that gets people very riled up, and rightfully so. This issue is by no means clear cut or black and white, it is caught somewhere in that fuzzy gray area where so many controversial issues reside. I personally hold the belief that, given the current state of affairs, voluntary active euthanasia should be an option for people. As I said before however this is a very gray issue, for instance, I personally believe that in order to make the decision to end your own life there has to be some criteria you must meet. I think that a person should have to prove that they are at the very least legally competent before they be allowed to make decisions concerning their own life, I think we would be remise to allow just anyone to say they no longer want to live and allow...
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This essay was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course PHI 115 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at Missouri State University-Springfield.

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PHI 115 Euthanasia - Nathan Foust PHI 115 Professor Johnson...

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