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According to John Lachs, Kant and Mill represent the two great strands of accounting for moral action. What are they? DEONTOLOGY AND TELEOLOGY According to John Lachs, arguments on the basis of the quality of life and the constitution of human nature do not prevail against suicide. Which of the following fears is on the social side? PEOPLE FEAR THE OCCURRENCE OF MASS SUICIDES AND THAT CHILDREN WILL JOIN ADULTS IN TERMINATING THEIR LIVES AS WELL According to Patrick Lee, with respect to the present state of good/evils surrounding the decision to commit suicide… THERE IS NO OBJECTIVE STANDARD BY WHICH ONCE CAN MEASURE THE GOODNESS AS SUCH OF THE PAINS AND SUFFERINGS, ON THE ONE
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