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In the article, Beauchamp explains the difference between killing someone and letting someone die, as well as covering the proper instances that should be used in explaining what is a moral way of ending someone's life. Beauchamp does an excellent of job of covering these points, but fails to fully explore how a patient's mental state can affect their decisions or how society would differ if we were to open the flood gates into active euthanasia...
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Beauchamp does an excellent of job of covering these points, but fails to fully explore how a patient's mental state can affect their decisions or how society would differ if we were to open the flood gates into active euthanasia.
Beauchamp explains how most people view the difference between killing and letting die in his rather simply...
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