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Assisted suicide and the art of attention

Assisted suicide and the art of attention

Abstract:

In the era of managed care, rationing of care and technology is the art of attention. We live in a society that has given several options to do so? self-determination? A? The fate of death as we have? self-determination? A? destiny in life itself. We have the drugs and technological capabilities and areas of the country that allows us to accelerate or defer? s death. The purpose This position paper is to describe the legal ramifications, ethical, religious and philosophical involved in assisted suicide (PAS) and how decisions have an impact in the sense that they relate to this issue.

The benefits to the scoring system are:

? People should have the right to die with dignity

? People should have the right to die with his senses intact

? People should have the right to die without pain

? People should have the right to take over futile care

The disadvantages of the system rating are:

? slippery slope effect, or euthanasia acceptable and unacceptable

? There is no policy can not effectively govern the scope of the right to die

? true desires are difficult to identify because of communication problems

? Playing God

I try to give an overview, not a detailed analysis on this issue. My intention is NOT the surface of the issues and move toward a philosophy of care that can reduce the people? s fear of death by using a type of care = Art attention. The Art of CARE will help people gain an inner strength that may enable it to cope with the loss of outside happens to your body. At the end of this work, I hope describing how practices can help terminally ill patients die in front of a body, a place in their midst who remains steadfast? soul.

Introduction:

It was Karl Barth who said that? It is for God and for God alone to end human life? and God gives life to us? Inalienable a loan.? (1) is my belief that we give meaning and hope in all situations of life. This instinct to survive and find value in our entire existence makes me confident there is much to learn at all stages of life. Our ability to trust in our Creator? O divine guidance and a plan to make us more the soul the body at the end of life is as important as other aspects of life as well. We would do well to trust more control and less. It seems that the maturity teaches us all let go and follow a path inside of us that do not always make sense for us abroad. As we do, we started to follow understanding. To see what is inside can not be seen from the outside, it soul? desire to be known and the surface of our lives.

In On Liberty, John Stuart Mill precautions? A person should be free to do whatever they want on their own concerns, but should not be free to do whatever he wants on the actions of a another under the pretext that affairs others are their own business. (2) The autonomy is so important for us that science and religious communities are trying to honor and respect. For the autonomy is in its ability to discern for himself one? s needs, values, and your destination. This is a movement in the art of care (science and religion) can work together to forge a healing response in terms of healing the soul when Physics is no longer possible.

On the other side of this issue, it is clear Oregon? O death with dignity law has had its impact on America. Some people want the service even if it is chosen by many people. Oregon? s Death with Dignity Act has been very little used and a slippery slope does not seem to be at the forefront today.? In 2001, twenty Oregon has decided to end his life by ingesting a lethal dose of medication prescribed by a doctor, which represents 0.33% of deaths from diseases like Oregon 6365. The number of Oregon who opt for physician-assisted suicide has remained relatively stable, ranging from sixteen in 1998, the First Year the law was in force, twenty-seven in 1999 2000. It is clear that there is no landslide in the making.? (3)

It seems that people still want to have some control over his death and autonomy remains widespread in the whole issue of PAS. The strong need to identify it? path from s to the face of suffering gives us hope, faith and love in the sense of I'm not easy to define, without losing the size of a confidence itself to be led by the same power that led to our life in existence. This is where we return the art care if that helps it is not curative and has no answers. Here, we begin where we end up, in which trust in the wisdom even created us.

Senses, levels of attention and care approaches:

There are three levels to discern in the act of euthanasia:

There are three levels to discern in the act of euthanasia:

1. One is a patient who is comatose or brain dead. In these cases, the doctor asked? Pull the plug? or remove the patient from the respirator. These cases are generally not disputed by the general public. It is an act of withdrawal or refusal of the necessary mechanisms used to lead a life that can not stand. It is here that the recognition of it? s personality has disappeared and the shell of a body is all that remains.

2. Another act of euthanasia is the use of morphine to patients hospitalized in the early end of his life with painful diseases such as cancer and AIDS.

3. The last category of euthanasia patients in relatively good health and the beginning of a terminal illness that wish to end their lives. These cases, such as Alzheimer's disease? s opposition and cancer patients seeking information on the SAP. It is the most three controversial issues of euthanasia (4).

Euthanasia comes from the Greek meaning? good death.? It is the voluntary termination of one life for another person can do so by the request of the person who wants to die. Here are some terms you should know NOT to define actions that occur.


Passive euthanasia is the acceleration Death by modifying some support and let nature take its course. This may include the removal of life support equipment, the interruption treatment or medical procedures, stopping food and water consumption leads to dehydration or starvation, and maintaining CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation Lung). The most common use of PAS is to give patients high doses of morphine to relieve pain. The pain most likely suppresses breathing and cause death before what would have happened otherwise. This is also done on patients in a or persistent vegetative state patients has not regained consciousness due to brain damage.

is the acceleration of death changing some support and let nature take its course. This may include the removal of survival equipment, interruption of treatment or medical procedures, stop food and water consumption leads to dehydration and starvation death, and the maintenance of CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) The most common use of PAS is to give patients high doses of morphine. pain control. It is likely that the pain is to remove breathing and cause death before what would have happened otherwise. The practice is common among patients in vegetative state or patients still had unable to regain consciousness due to brain damage.


Active euthanasia is the use deliberate means to cause the death of one person by direct action. Dr. Jack Kevorkian, a Michigan physician advised in 1998 a patient who had ALS (Lou Gehrig? 's disease). His patient was afraid of suffering has long involved in ALS and wanted to die a quick death and painless. Dr. Kevorkian injected controlled substances in this patient and caused the death. Kevorkian was charged with 1st degree murder but the jury has convicted of first degree murder March 2, 1999.

is the intentional use of means to cause the death of a person by the action Direct. Dr. Jack Kevorkian, a Michigan physician advised in 1998 with a patient he had ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease? S disease). His patient was afraid of suffering has long involved in ALS and wanted to die a quick and painless death. Dr. Kevorkian injected substances in this patient and caused the death. Kevorkian has was charged with 1st degree murder but the jury found him guilty of first degree murder March 2, 1999.


Assisted Suicide is the provision of information or resources to a dying patient, with the intention of committing suicide.

Assisted suicide is the provision of information or resources to a dying patient, with the intention of committing suicide.


involuntary euthanasia is the end of a life without asking a clear patient.

involuntary euthanasia, is the end of the life of a patient without a clear request.

? There are several reasons why patients to use SAP. Some are just just clinical depression, which one? 's disease brought or one? s emotional processing and mental illness has led to suffering in a manner beyond the body. Others live in chronic pain due to the lack of health coverage or ways to get the drug. This group later rather die sooner and do not incur medical expenses for their families. A serious condition or illness, such as ASL, Huntington? disease, multiple sclerosis, AIDS, Alzheimer's disease? s, etc. are some people prefer to avoid the disease lose their independence and finance. In a way, which gives people a sense of control over their life process.? (5)

approaches philosophical

When all is said and done, there are two philosophical approaches to suicide: Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274 AD c.) condemned all suicide (assisted or not) because it goes against you? S natural desire to live, it hurts others, and life is a gift from God and therefore appears only by God. Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592 AD) argued that suicide was a matter of personal choice and a human right. (6)

These two philosophies are still issues in 2003. Suicide was a criminal act. Now, is not something that weighs a lot. But assisted suicide is is a crime in North America, except in the State of Oregon. In Oregon, is authorized under strictly controlled conditions.

As you can see, there is a recurring theme in these two approaches. Both reflect the need to get to the bottom of itself to address. Although both seem to be opposite ends of the spectrum, each encouraging people to find strength in one Terminal? s inner self and confidence that the direction is consistent with the person? personality.

The ethical and religious considerations:

Some patients with terminal illnesses of pain So much so they prefer to end his life who continue to suffer and experience the poor quality of life. Due to physical limitations and mental suffering people have a different opinion on the lives of healthy people. This view changed during certain select few care for a debilitating disease that he or she may even be in a state of health to be. Many health professionals argue that the terminally ill? s pain can be controlled at an acceptable level with good pain management, however, there are tens of millions of patients who have no access to proper management of pain in the United States only.

Many religious organizations believe that suffering can be used purification. The purification can be for the caregiver and patient. There is a time to learn and be aware of how the body becomes more soul in the transformation process associated with death and death. Christians believe that life is a gift from God and God did not send us an experience that can not manage. The Islam says in the Qur'an? a,? Be the life which Allah has made sacred otherwise than in the course of justice.? Y? As we believe not, we are not masters of our bodies.? States Orthodox Judaism? This is a crucial issue of constitutional tradition and Jewish ethics speak clearly. We believe that recognition of a constitutionally recognized right to die for terminally ill patients is a clear statement against the recognition and the sanctity of human life?.? (7)

Clearly, the religious influence of PAS as an act of going to against it? s Creator, and as such, the need to pray and discern the direction of it? life and death must be in the office of a clerical state? s own faith. To replace this influence would be an autonomous individual whose beliefs have taken him to what may be aware of what religion can be seen through them, by the very force that gave them life. This is terminally ill to choose a plan of action A base? s be that transcends their belief in their creator (religious) that leads to active participation? s assessed values (personal change) that includes religious influence, but not limited to this.

U.S. Supreme Court Decisions:

? The Supreme Court decision in the case of New York and Washington June 26, 1997. They found that the average American has no constitutional right a physician assisted suicide. The vote was 9 to 0, an unusual move, unanimously. For instance, New York and Washington, that the laws prohibiting these suicides are constitutional. On the other hand, the Court stated that there is no constitutional impediment to prevent a State to adopt a law allowing physician-assisted suicide. Oregon has done just that. Therefore, the battle must be fought on a state by state. Rehnquist wrote:? Throughout the nation, Americans are engaged in a serious and profound debate about the morality, legality and feasibility of assisted suicide. Our holding permits this debate to continue, as it should in a democratic society. (8)

This government seems to act indicate a central value in the United States that SAP challenges. Autonomy is a personal choice and the value of high esteem in our country. Although there are cases that rights does not mean that certain choices are the right to choose, these cases are conducted on a case by case, too. Sometimes, simply futile care makes no sense. These cases are treated with sensitivity and time, medicine and technology can not cure the problems.

Act Pain Relief Promotion:

Currently, no medications approved by the Food and Drug Administration the use of killing patients. Medicines are made to treat the disease, and not to end a life.

1996? July: the bill passes subcommittee of the House, a bill has been approved by the Constitution Subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives called the Act on Promotion of pain. It was intended to prevent doctors from helping patients to get medical assistance suicide.

1999? October: the bill passed by the House: "It has been approved by a vote of 271 to 156. Lori Hougen, spokesman for the National Right to Life movement has been met. He said,? Congress just sent a strong message of both parties that the role appropriate to a doctor who is going to help their patients, or pushing a bridge? The Doctors should not kill their patients, should be helpful.? (9)

It is in this spirit and history of pain in patients who report levels of suffering mentioned earlier in this paper, it seems to work more in the supply of money and resources in the study and application of palliative care order. We have come a long way in defining the debate and NOT, now, to move towards the relief of pain can give a lot of hope in his death by scientific means. Religion attempts to do so in the search for meaning in suffering. Science needs to accelerate to the plate and provide knowledge and assistance can alleviate suffering. In 2003, we call the methods of spiritual care beyond the scope of membership the Church of complementary care. On this side of the question about suffering, science has to catch up with modalities of complementary medicine. Therefore, it is clear that science and religion has its strengths and pull the other. Neither the elder of the two, without losing what inspires people to care for most people in need.

Poll doctors:

Dr. Diane Meier of Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, NY gave a survey of 1902 doctors questioned the use of PAS. Survey around patient-related and aging patients die. The following areas are NOT Patients often ask:

? 6.4% of respondents admitted to at least help a patient commit suicide

? The actual number is probably much higher because most physicians not admit to help someone commit suicide? It would be a crime.

Patients gave several reasons for wanting to die:

? Another 79% cited discomfort as pain

? 53% cited loss of dignity

? 52% fear of uncontrollable symptoms before (10)

As seen in this investigation, are they? Someone? cases beyond the medical knowledge to treat people? s pain adequately. This does not mean that SAP is the answer. It is an indicator of how much more study is needed in the field of palliative care. care access terminally ill is a priority that resources must be found so that you can take care of themselves at the end of life as we do at birth and maturity.

Hospice Program: Politics of Suicide:

? Hospice is a philosophy of care and a program for managing symptoms and pain for qualified to reduce physical pain, emotional, mental and spiritual. Hospice does not hasten or postpone death. In essence, Hospice staff does not participate in actions that support a patient? intention to commit suicide.

Procedure:

Procedure:

1. If a patient intends to commit suicide, the staff has the following:

1. If a patient intends suicide, the staff performs the following:

A. Encourage patients to talk about what brought the child to this decision;

B. Assess Increasing pain and suffering of patients, depression, suicidal tendencies, competition, impaired thinking, confusion, dementia, and manipulation by others.

C. Tell the patient that information should be shared with family, medical and palliative care.

D. Confirm with patients / families does not help terminally ill patients to commit suicide.

E. Nursing Coordinator and Coordinator Alerts palliative

F. Present this information interdisciplinary team and decide on a plan of care that can cause further exploration this question by a psychiatrist, a psychiatric nurse or psychologist. An increase in supportive care would be launched.

G. Notices doctor necessary upgrades.

2. When a patient asks for palliative care staff assistance to suicide, we will do the following:

A. The confirmation from the PT and the hospice family policy against assisted suicide.

B. inform supervisors, the interdisciplinary team, patient? s doctor, etc.? patient? intention and concrete plans.

C. Continue to monitor and control the care plan and to reassess they affect development.

Used with permission, Emerson Hospital (11)

 

Closing Remarks:

? The Hippocratic Oath, which prohibits killing doctors, began in Greece old at the time of Socrates. It is often regarded as the origin of medical ethics, but the common impression was played in 1931 by Ludwig Edelstein, a historian of medicine. (12) March 26, 1998, the first known legal NOT held in America. This case occurred in Oregon. A doctor gave a woman with terminal Breast Cancer who have prescribed lethal drugs legally. Many doctors did not like this new role of doctors, but many people thought it was a good thing.

There are no easy conclusions to Pas. There is Many people favor and those against SAP. The debate has not been determined by the Government indicating that a democratic society must determine for himself the direction of life and death, therefore, sending this issue in different states to determine the direction of its citizens. One thing is clear: the United States America continues to maintain the autonomy and individual rights of Americans to determine the course of his life. And it seems that SAP is not an issue to be determined in the near future.

* My central argument of this section is not convincing to be for or against PAS. Research indicates that there are equally good reasons for or against him. It is for each of us decide for ourselves the meaning of our lives. Anyone who has had children or children are known to increase the autonomy is alive in us. The force that guides us inspired of love, let go, and embrace life again in all its transitions. As we grow, we realize that this is not experience in our lives that give meaning and value: in contrast, is the expression within these experiences that give us life.

The expressions of life are the flow of life moving through us and not us so we can learn the true meaning of autonomy. We can say that our self is our soul? Code S. This can be authentic ourselves in our attention we will be heard. This voice is a message of hope in death that allows those who are caring for a dying patient to hear his own authentic voice. Perhaps a greater focus on what can be known through us (the art of care) and what we know (Sciences) will help us build a bridge between two areas of attention they are following a similar purpose.

It is my hope that the art of care that is the spirit of any movement will inspire healing and remain the driving force in this category. If we spend more time in creating a better service and meet the needs of patients in a manner care, I can? Help does wonder whether physician-assisted suicide More Than one option would be hardly taken into consideration. In my work with palliative patients over the past 12 years, I noticed that people are track without pain and make the most of his days. Hospice does not delay or accelerate? s death. We are a service that provides a number of issues of mental pain, emotional, physically and spiritually.

There is a saying in The hospice does not add days to one? life, but it adds more life to one? S days. Few learn in life and our death. As a patient begins to die, a flood of memories fill Your Heart, mind and soul. This inner life or one? The soul awakens a powerful force of nature. Here a dying patient becomes more soul than the body, giving way to a presence of awareness within each of us.

This consciousness is filled with people who care for a dying patient with a sense of sacredness. It helps all of us involved in caring for a dying patient for embrace what can not be touched with bare hands man. In doing so, we connect to an eternal consciousness in the other who has been with us all the time. It is the soul? desire to be known, blessed, care and love. NOT affected the life of this process until the end. And patients who die have much to share with us during this process from death to life eternal.

In my work with dying patients I taught the art of healing. The art of care is the willingness to bear the burden of another person until they die. This connection be a sincere man makes us realize that what is most sacred to us, it's often more humane. Over time, we connect deeply in the order of creation around us. It is not easy to let go. With care, love and support a dying patient can not leave aside the world known and open to the mysterious world known as the soul. This is a hell? not made by human hands. As such, through prayer, letting go and opening to the orientation of the interior, we find ourselves in a spirit of us who have led the world through him, and has the creative intelligence that will lead us home. It is the center of creation and perhaps the heart of our Creator as well.

An alternative to assisted suicide:

A medical alternative to suicide Participation:

Results above, I want to keep my thoughts on what I mean by the art of taking care of dealing with people who are considering NOT. The reflections are considerations and concerns. My hope is to propose an alternative approach to people and broaden the debate beyond body treatments, and in the care of the soul. Because I served for over 12 years in palliative care, you hear that a bias towards the inclusion of the element soul care, or the art of attention. In the following short essay, I outline what I believe is a quality of care that speaks to the care an artificial means of an alarm clock? The soul in the process of death.

We live in a time when the scoring system is an option, and therefore, what has entered our consciousness is the epitome of personal autonomy. We found another way we deliver it to another? Right.? In a society where these rights often supersede the responsibility, the avoidance of pain? so emotional, mental or physical? becomes paramount. In our society, the pleasure is preferred at first. However, what we become as a result of our challenges develops our character. We become better people. We feel better about ourselves. And we better take into account other when the character is an honor.

I am aware of many people to make decisions in favor of PAS, and these options reflect the character of their views. But the purpose of this version of this document is clarify an alternative. the physical and emotional pain has a way to achieve peace.

In pain, we are born. To varying degrees variety of pain, we leave this world. When we are in pain, seek external forms to get through it. When you plan other than pain death, we tend to look for asset management. For this reason, here are the spiritual concerns that I raise on the PAS.

NO prevents the natural process of life that we call death. In the name of compassion, NOT intended to promote piety. It is a attempt to restore a body? state of equilibrium or peace. It is an attempt to relieve the pain of the body? disease.? It is in these moments malaise that extends beyond our body and the spirit of hope.

In the midst of despair, we cry with hope? hope that support us in our grief, we drive further in and through our suffering, we remember our central objective, to seek the Holy? attention to the face of pain and lead us to peace.

The problem is that people want immediate results to alleviate this pain. This is understandable. However, I can? T NOT help thinking has evolved from an alternative faith, but, inspired by faith in a power greater than ourselves. If you think about it, our lives are in the hands of skilled physicians and nurses who take care of us. These professionals health are equipped. They are equipped with a power greater than themselves. Some call this genetic models of DNA or since birth, but as we age, we come to know that all things are beyond even the person with the most knowledge.

NOT address outcomes of care to relieve physical pain, but the effects of this increased attention to questions and doubts and lack of spiritual will. NOT undermines contemplation the character and faith in late life. This does not mean that some cases may require a scientific intervention such as terminal sedation to alleviate the burden pain. I just want to say that I am not convinced NOT offer much the same way the soul of attention at a time in life that is as vital as life itself. Often, it is not until we lose our roles, expressions of personalities, the ability to act in our character, the soul is revealed in our death. As the body and mind? expressions disappear death, our loved ones die, we take care of them in a gentle awareness beyond these outward expressions? mind. This is where the souls are the creation of invisible links never forget.

PAS spiritual reflection on the short end of life. NOT intended to provide comfort and care the mind and body. However, we are more than body and mind. We are interconnected with a sacred universe. This dimension of our being is cut in the SAP, and has no chance to grow through the Holy one of its greatest challenges. transformed for life? s challenges. Then why not extend this approach to die? Death is a part of life, so I put in doubt the global nature of the scoring system.

PAS is not only a moral and legal debate. NOT stop us from exploring life until death. Often our spirit inspires us to continue to participate in life when there is apparent hope that you can find. This is where we find our greatest capacity for faith. Spirit has a process natural life revealing. Evolved into the world, we live through it, and evolve it. Each of us has somewhere, and we all go somewhere. On the way we engage in the experience and become a part of these experiments. Nothing dies really on the level of consciousness to realize that we are more a body.

NOT disrupt this natural flow. It is generally based on fear of pain and be a burden to others. The current focus is to escape. Instead, it could be the integration courage in adversity. On the other hand, perhaps even losing at the end of life on a gift made possible by our Creator.

It is not guaranteed a life free of suffering, but we can be free of our suffering. This hope can be found in a pill. This hope is far more deep. If we choose NOT, we have reduced this hope has proved at birth. It is the eternal dance of the spirit manifested in the cycles of life. Here we are reminded that life must continue, regardless of changes that occur in physical reality. In the deepest part of us, it is essential to be involved in the lives of withdrawal. Otherwise, no one had learned to crawl or walk alone after birth. The same mind, beyond our fears, and we are reborn in the eternal dance of life is not defined by pain.

What I am referring in This last section is the identification with our essence. Remember when he was child the first time I rode a bike. You must first seen others do. Then you imagine yourself doing. Then they got on the bike and tested. In a first step, you fall. But Inside you say to yourself, if I try hard enough, maybe I can do. You can travel for a moment and notice you ride a bike and fall. And then you get to the bottom at a place that no longer identifies with his body. You say that no matter what happens to my body, I'll do on this bike and it. It is like magic in this moment because it is right now and run everywhere. There is something in all of us who know how to use this source of strength for more skills beyond our own capabilities. Is this a part of us that know they must intervene in the art of caring too.

PAS is a choice between control and accountability. SAP is an option to end what is not ours. It is an option worth considering staffing requirements on the development of collective consciousness of humanity. In the process of death, a person? mind and body deteriorate, passing their attention inward. In a sense, patients who are dying connect with their inner life. It is the private of us every day. It is our communication with the subtle aspects of what we are. It is a vital source of strength and courage. This part us, take away the memories of our past, anticipating the future and destiny of our present consciousness.

It takes courage, faith and hope to face every day. These are spiritual qualities that describe the inner life of a soul. We must be determined them and most of all dissent. Behind these qualities are powers greater than ourselves. They contain energy that restores a dying patient? s body (although still must be a possibility). However, courage, faith and hope are in possession of an energy that leads to a moment of introspection.

Here, we spend our perceptions and emotions relating to the transition from life experience to the other, which leads the whole body and mind in our Creator? S. At that time, a person is honored with the feeling of being loved becomes a person? s death. His spirit will be an anchor, a reason, and a link full of vitality and confidence. It is the spirit intended by our Creator. It's an energy of spiritual maturity to prepare the soul for a journey that will never die. (This article is an article I wrote in Healing Ministry Journal, Vol.5, No. 6, November / December 1998? amendments to this article? June 2003).

Suggestions for the art care to relieve the suffering of terminally ill patients:

Suggestions for the art care to alleviate suffering among the terminally ill patient:

Many people are alone when the news he or she dies? come.

Do not be afraid to talk openly with someone about of his death.

Speaking of God or just one? O great power.

Listen without judging a dying patient to tell his history.

Let you learn something from a patient die.

Provide advice very soon.

Remember, it is a patient? s death - not ours.

These suggestions are very few simple ideas in the art of care and trajectory of each of us will be used to travel through life and especially at the end. If these suggestions do not know how to drive, but the ideas are each engaged us our greatest potential of artistic interest. As we listen carefully with an open heart to our heart Loved ones die, this union of pain shared and shared the joy may be sufficient to encourage a loved one die to live fully as they can until they die. It is not completely eliminate the unbelievable pain for dying patients, but at least your pain will be treated to a level souls can embrace. And for me, this is the deepest level of suffering and ensure that nobody should be without. And when we live fully, from birth to death, we can leave this world with a "whole" or "full" outlook on life has given us at birth.

Websites and books on the PAS:

? Euthanasia.com

? Deathwithdignity.org

? Compassionindying.org

? Bioethics? In a liberal society? Max Charlesworth (1993)

? Life is sacred? Drutchas by Geoffrey (1999)

? The Good Death: The New American Search to reshape the end of life? By Marilyn Webb (1997)

? Last rights: The struggle for the right to die? Sue Woodman (1998)

Notes:

Notes:

1. K. Barth Dogmatics, Vol III: Doctrine of Creation, Part 4, ed. B> W.

1. K. Barth, Dogmatics, vol III: The doctrine of Creation Part 4, ed. B> W.

Bromily and TF Torrance, trans. AT Mackay et al. (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1961) 404,425

2. JS Mill, On liberty, ed. CV Shields (Indianapolis, Ind.: The Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc. 1956), 127.

3. Daniel E. Lee? Physician-assisted suicide: A conservative critique of intervention?

Hastings Center Report 33, no. 1 (2003): 17-19

4. Right to die?. Http: / / www.geocities.com/HotSPrings/3872/euth.htm

5. Euthanasia and suicide ....... http://www.religioustolerance.org/euth1.htm

6.? Suicide, The Encyclopedia of Philosophy Internet? http://utm.edu/research/iep/s/suicide.htm

7. religioustolerance.org

8. Religioustolerance.org

9. Jeff Johnson,? Act promoting pain relief back home? Family news in focus: family.org/cforum/fnif/news/a0008306.htm1.

10.? Doctor assisted suicide is not uncommon in the United States, according to a study? Reuters News, 1998-April-23.

11. Copyright 1998 by the National Hospice and Palliative Care Org. Article number 714556, ISBN 0-931207-53-3

12. Ludwig Edelstein, Ancient Medicine: Collected Essays by Ludwig Edelstein, O.

Temkin, L. Temkin, eds., Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, 1967.

Sat Oliver, author of "The Path to Healing"

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