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these goods, a new branch of legal 204 and ethical literature has arisen to deal
with the question how to exclude some, select others, and justify choices of life-
prolonging techniques and ways of making death more comfortable and ...
It is often overlooked that euthanasia, or the medical termination of human life,
could not have been an important issue before terminal care was medicalized. At
present, most legal and ethical literature dealing with the legitimacy and the
If this action is to remain human after the framework has been deprived of its
sacred character, it needs a recognized ethical foundation within a new
imperative. This imperative can be summed up only as follows: "Act so that the
effect of your ...
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The Epidemics of Modern Medicine
The Medicalization of Life