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Alexandra Macedo 818938777 Phil 330 Exam 5 1A. Does Quill think all terminal cancer patients should be treated as he treated Diane?
1B. Why does Quill think he acted appropriately in Diane’s case?
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helped to alleviate her pain and suffering, by taking his risk. “Suffering can be lessened to some extent, but in no way eliminated or made benign, by the careful intervention of a competent, caring physician, given current social constraints.” (Vaughn, 669) He knew in order to protect himself, Diane’s family, and Diane’s wishes he would need to lie about the cause of her death to medical examiners. Quill was able to help Diane carry out her wishes to pass away on her terms with her family by her side. 1C. What moral principle (or principles) does Quill seem to be appealing to in explaining his behavior?
2A. What is Brock’s argument from individual self-determination?
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