the argument from the illegality of drugs
the argument from harm to others
the argument from the naturally good ends of humans
the argument from the inherent worth of humans
its morally wrong.
It is altogether unlawful to kill oneself for three reasons; because everything naturally loves itself, the result being that everything naturally keeps itself in being . . . Wherefore suicide is contrary to the inclination of nature, and to charity whereby every man should love himself. Hence suicide is . . . contrary to the natural law and to charity.”
not wanting to be killed
process in which a patient makes a rational decision to die and is allowed to die/killed.
person ought not to have to endure a painful process of dying and so legal voluntary euthanasia should be put in place for people in these situations, so that they need not endure unnecessary pain.
in terms of autonomy, we ought to have a right to shape our lives; this includes how our lives end. How we choose for our lives to end is our personal decision that when possible we should have the right to decide upon.
by dying at the right time, we can relieve burdens on society, including our loved ones. Family members and loved ones should not have to witness their loved ones go through unnecessary pain and so legalised voluntary euthanasia provides the patient with the means to give their loved ones a positive and accepted goodbye.
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