Phil 2500 NotesOctober 4 - Psychological Hedonism –...

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Phil 2500 Notes October 4, 2005 Questions The first author suggests that “requests for assisted suicide from pain … can be reduced.” Why else would someone request assisted suicide other than the pain and suffering? Is suffering bad? Should we seek to avoid suffering at all costs
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Unformatted text preview: ? Psychological Hedonism – Suffering is always bad, and pleasure is always good. Should we have control over our dying? What is considered “extra-ordinary means”? – Respirator? Feeding Tube?...
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