The Debate into Whether Assisted Suicide is Moral

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The Debate into Assisted Suicide 1 This has been a long, thought after discussion, and it will never truly be answered to everyone’s satisfaction. Everyone’s beliefs are different, and not everyone thinks that you as a person have the right to choose when and where you will die. A lot of this debate is due to religion, as some people believe that suicide is a sin in the eyes of God. Now, there is always going to be a huge debate as to whether Assisted Suicide is ethical, should one person have the right to take another person’s life, even if it is at the request of the so called “victim”. But one could also argue “for” the right to decide your own fate. Now people who believe that assisted suicide should be legal have their reasons for this, and agree that there should be regulations and laws that control when, where and who have the abilities to perform this act. In the United States of America, there are two states that have legalized Assisted Suicide, Washington state and Oregon. Washington and Oregon allow physicians to help terminally ill people hasten their deaths, but in those states, laws were
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2011 for the course PSYCH 1101 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '10 term at Chatt Tech.

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