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THE MORALITY OF CHOOSING DEATH EUTHANASIA AND PHYSICIAN- ASSISTED SUICIDE
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OUTLINE MEDICAL-SCIENTIFIC DIMENSION LEGAL ISSUES SOCIO-CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  TEACHING MORAL ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION
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MEDICAL SCIENTIFIC DIMENSION NATURE OF EACH (3) END-OF-LIFE  DECISION SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES DISTINCTIONS RESPONSE OF HEALTH CARE  PROFESSIONS
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NATURE TERMINATION OF TREATMENT – ONLY  WHEN LIFE-SUPPORT IS AN ISSUE .  EUTHANASIA –INTENDING/CAUSING DEATH  OF ANOTHER DELIBERATELY(NEED NOT  BE TERMINALLY ILL.) TO FREE FROM PAIN  AND SUFFERING. ALWAYS 2 PEOPLE PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE (PAS) --MD  PROVIDES MEANS/KNOWLEDGE FOR  PATIENT TO COMMIT SUICIDE (NEED NOT  BE TERMINALLY ILL) TO END SUFFERING
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SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES OF END-OF- LIFE DECISIONS SIMILARITY: DEATH IS OUTCOME DIFFERENCES: INTENTION OF AGENT AGENT  CAUSE OF DEATH
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course THEOLOGY 3300 taught by Professor Devine during the Spring '08 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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Euthanasia.F07 - THE MORALITY OF CHOOSING DEATH EUTHANASIA...

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