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intention of ending a life, to relieve intractable suffering". Euthanasia (from, greek : ; "good death, eu ; "well" or "good", thanatos ; "death is the practice of intentionally ending a life to relieve pain and suffering. Surely, the 'harm' in this instance is done when we prolong the life, and 'doing no harm' means that we should help the patient die. In that case, a Bucks County man was not given a feeding tube, even though his wife requested he receive one, because his living will, executed seven years prior, clearly stated that he did 'not want tube feeding or any other artificial invasive form. 37 :794 Williams' proposal was to use chloroform to deliberately hasten the death of terminally ill patients: That in all cases of hopeless and painful illness, it should be the recognized duty of the medical attendant, whenever so desired by the patient, to administer chloroform. But that tradition clearly and strongly affirms that as a responsible steward of life one must never directly intend to cause one's own death, or the death of an innocent victim, by action or omission. "The history of euthanasia debates in the United States and Britain" (PDF). Retrieved b "Physician-Assisted Suicide: Ethical Topic in Medicine". "Homicide legal definition of homicide". This can be bad especially if the sickness was wrongly diagnosed but the patient was already euthanized.
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Leon Kass, MD, PhD, addie Clark Harding Professor, Committee on Social Thought and the College, University of Chicago "Neither for Love nor Money Public Interest. 52 The petition brought tensions between the American Euthanasia Society and the Catholic Church to a head that contributed to a climate of anti-Catholic sentiment generally, regarding issues such as birth control, eugenics, and population control. "Ministers Ask Mercy Killing." Wesley. 55 Legal status Main article: Legality of euthanasia West's Encyclopedia of American Law states that "a 'mercy killing' or euthanasia is generally considered to be a criminal homicide" 56 and is normally used as a synonym of homicide committed at a request made by the. Archived from the original on Retrieved Kohl, Marvin; Kurtz, Paul (1975).
In addition, it allowed for infants to be euthanised if they were sufficiently deformed, and permitted guardians to request euthanasia catcher in the Rye and The Fall on behalf of their wards. Death and Euthanasia in Jewish Law: Essays and Responses. A recent Pennsylvania case shows the power a living will can have. 83 The United Church of Canada accepts passive euthanasia under some circumstances, but is in general against active euthanasia, with growing acceptance now that active euthanasia has been partly legalised in Canada. Non-voluntary euthanasia Non-voluntary euthanasia is conducted when the consent of the patient is unavailable. Winter 1989 "We'll all die.