6 edition of The case against assisted suicide found in the catalog.
The case against assisted suicide
Includes bibliographical references (p. 333-364) and index
|Statement||edited by Kathleen Foley and Herbert Hendin|
|Contributions||Foley, Kathleen M., 1944-, Hendin, Herbert|
|LC Classifications||R726 .C355 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 371 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||2001000823|
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In The Case against Assisted Suicide: For the Right to End-of-Life Care, Dr. Kathleen Foley and Dr. Herbert Hendin uncover why pleas for patient autonomy and compassion, often used in favor of legalizing euthanasia, do not advance or protect the rights of terminally ill ve essays by authorities in the fields of medicine, law, and bioethics draw on /5(2).
Editor's note: The following is an excerpt from the Center book Life's Worth: The Case Against Assisted Suicide by Arthur J. Dyck. "Favoring physician-assisted suicide (hereafter PAS) is intuitive, self-evident; it is a matter of compassion." That is what one of my students recently claimed, and his view is shared by others.
In The Case against Assisted Suicide: For the Right to End-of-Life Care, Dr. Kathleen Foley and Dr. Herbert Hendin uncover why pleas for patient autonomy and compassion, often used in favor of legalizing euthanasia, do not advance or protect the rights of terminally ill ve essays by authorities in the fields of medicine, law, and bioethics draw on studies done in the.
Arguing that the acts of physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia weaken the moral grounding and structural integrity of the medical profession in service to society, the article presents a case against such practice based on a worldview and ethical framework built on core social values and principles that doctors can adopt to alleviate the Author: Ira Byock.
Euthanasia is a word coined from Greek in the 17th century to refer to an easy, painless, happy death. In modern times, however, it has come to mean a physician's causing a patient's death by injection of a lethal dose of medication.
In physician-assisted suicide, the physician prescribes the lethal dose, knowing the patient intends to end their by: 1. Assisted Suicide: The Liberal, Humanist Case Against Legalization th Edition by K. Yuill (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: 8. The majority of doctors and nurses involved in specialist palliative care reject the legalisation of physician assisted suicide (PAS).
This book explores the reasons why the healthcare professionals who have the most experience of caring for dying patients should object to a change in the law. Debate about euthanasia and PAS often arises in response to a well publicised.
‘THE CASE AGAINST ASSISTED SUICIDE: The Right to End-of-Life Care’ Edited by Kathleen Foley, MD, and Herbert Hendin, MD, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Hardcover, pages, $ This book provides a strong argument for its subtitle, The Right to End-of-Life Care.
Yet another case against physician assisted suicide is made stating that patients will lose hope too soon with suicide as an option, and will want to take “the easy way out” (Dieterle). Again, studies show that the actual number of terminally ill patients that request lethal medications is almost negligible.
Death Talk: The Case Against Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Suicide Margaret A. Somerville Limited preview - Margaret A. Somerville Limited preview - The editors of The Case Against Assisted Suicide: For the Right to End-of-Life Care, Drs.
Kathleen Foley and Herbert Hendin, are renowned clinicians, researchers, and teachers. And they too”while not otherwise to be compared to the serial mercy killer of Michigan”seem to approach the debate over assisted suicide as an opportunity to.
In The Case against Assisted Suicide: For the Right to End-of-Life Care, Dr. Kathleen Foley and Dr. Herbert Hendin uncover why pleas for patient autonomy and compassion, often used in favor of legalizing euthanasia, do not advance or protect the rights of terminally ill ve essays by authorities in the fields of medicine, law, and bioethics draw on Price: $ Somerville begins her behemoth case against assisted dying with a quote from Jeff Kennett, the former Premier of Victoria, Australia.
Not only is this a completely fringe statement that is a red herring, but it does nothing to support her case (which is supposed to be against VOLUNTARY deaths between consenting individuals)/5. Kevin Yuill goes straight to the heart of a difficult issue.
Critical of both sides of the discussion, this book presents an up-to-date analysis of the direction discussion is taking, showing that atheists, libertarians, those favouring abortion rights and stem-cell research should stand beside their religious compatriots in opposing legalization of assisted suicide/5(3).
LIFE'S WORTH: The Case Against Assisted Suicide Arthur J. Dyck, Author, Dennis P. Hollinger, Foreword by, Francis J. Beckwith, Foreword by. Eerdmans $20 (p) ISBN Kevorkian, who had been tried and acquitted repeatedly in the assisted deaths of seriously ill people, was convicted of murder in Michigan in for an assisted suicide that was shown on national television.
Meanwhile, inthe Supreme Court upheld state laws banning assisted suicide (in most U.S. states assisting in a suicide is a crime). The Case Against Assisted Suicide Article (PDF Available) in Michigan Law Review (6) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The Case Against Assisted Suicide: For the Right End-of-Life Care. I found it scary and felt more interested to read the counterpart book which argues against Such was the case in the. Physician-assisted suicide occurs when a physician facilitates a patient’s death by providing the necessary means and/or information to enable the patient to perform the life-ending act (e.g., the physician provides sleeping pills and information about the lethal dose, while aware that the patient may commit suicide).
Get this from a library. Life's worth: the case against assisted suicide. [Arthur J Dyck] -- "Arthur J. Dyck shows in this powerful work [that] there are solid moral and practical bases for the existing laws against assisted suicide in the United States and elsewhere.
Over the course of four. The book is superbly written and intellectually challenging. I am convinced that it will become standard reading for all—whether advocates or opponents of assisted suicide—who want to think more deeply and learn more about what we need to do to improve end-of-life care.".
and Assisted Suicide and co-edited The Case Against Assisted Suicide: For the Right to End-of-Life Care with Kathleen Foley, M.D. His work was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in its decision that there was no constitutional right to assisted suicide.
Euthanasia is a word coined from Greek in the 17th century to refer to an easy, painless, happy. Furthermore, because it undermines the shared moral structure that makes community possible, assisted suicide bodes ill for society as a whole.
This book is a must-read for anyone grappling with this hotly debated issue. Life's Worth: The Case against Assisted Suicide () by Arthur J. DyckPages: Over the following some pages, Gorsuch, while against assisted suicide, lays out an exhaustive but evenhanded case, treating respectfully the.
"The Case against Assisted Suicide is essential reading for all who want to move beyond simple sound bites and partisan battle cries and reflect more deeply on the many practical and philosophical concerns that surround the issue of physician-assisted suicide.
The book's accounts of the continuing love affair of the Dutch with both euthanasia 5/5(1). Get this from a library. A time to live: the case against euthanasia and assisted suicide.
[George Pitcher, Revd.] -- Addressing the foundational imperative that cherishes life under all circumstances, this book is about the choice of the kind of world we want to live in, and argues that this is a Christian heritage.
Both assisted suicide and euthanasia are distinct from the withdrawal or withholding of life-sustaining treatment.(1) While assisted suicide and euthanasia can be offered outside the medical context by family members or others, recent debate has focused on these practices by physicians and other health care professionals.
THE OPEN MIND Host: Richard D. Heffner Guest: Dr. Kathleen Foley Title: The Case Against Physician Assisted Suicide VTR: 4/26/ I’m Richard Heffner, your host on The Open Mind where our topic.
Kevin Yuill, an academic at the University of Sunderland and occasional contributor to Spiked Online (edited by hack contrarian-by-numbers Brendan O’Neill (q.v.), who also provides a foreword and the cover blurb to this book), came to Manchester a few years ago to give a paper that purported to be a libertarian case against assisted dying.
This book presents the case against physician assisted suicide (PAS) from the point of view of an experienced palliative care physician. Dr Jeffrey writes clearly, making the book accessible to both healthcare professionals and members of the public.
Although the structure of some chapters is a little weak, all the major arguments are presented. The Case Against Assisted Suicide: For the Right to End-of-Life Care is edited by Kathleen Foley3 and Herbert Hendin.4 Foley and Hendin are medical doctors who present the self-proclaimed first comprehensive examination of the arguments against assisted suicide in favor of greater palliative care.
The book, a collection of fourteen. A Time to Live: The Case Against Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide. Addressing the foundational imperative that cherishes life under all circumstances, this book is about the choice of the kind of world we want to live in, and argues that this is a Christian.
The Case Against Assisted Suicide: For the Right to End-Of-Life Care: : Kathleen M. Foley, Herbert Hendin: Libri in altre lingueFormat: Copertina rigida. Buy Assisted Suicide: The Liberal, Humanist Case Against Legalization by Yuill, Kevin (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(5).
Virtual Mentor. ;3 (1): doi: /virtualmentorelce Physician-assisted suicide claimed front-page status again as the year drew to a close. In late November, the Dutch Parliament approved a bill legalizing euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide, making the Netherlands the first country to do so : Faith Lagay.
Those who are invested in the fight against legalization may want to keep Assisted Suicide: The Liberal, Humanist Case Against Legalization handy as a reference. For those who wish to delve more deeply into the problems and practices of assisted suicide—and especially for those who want to play an active role in resisting the rise of a.
We Know Jack: The Case Against Assisted Suicide, #1. Many years ago I read a book called The Beautiful Side of Evil. When it comes to assisted suicide, assisted killing, the subject matter is slightly different from the book, but the inference is the same.
Download The Case against Assisted Suicide: For the Right to End-of-Life Care Free Books. In this straightforward little book, Vaughan Roberts correctly, clearly and compassionately identifies many of the issues pressing people towards supporting a change in the law around assisted suicide.
He also makes a compelling case for vehemently opposing such a change. This book presents an atheistic case against the legalization of assisted suicide.
Critical of both sides of the argument, it questions the assumptions behind the discussion. Yuill shows that our attitudes towards suicide – not euthanasia – are most important to our attitudes towards assisted.
Section 5. Case Study. Douglas Graudons. Case Study Module Title: The Velma Howard Case (Assisted Suicide) Description of the case: Mrs. Velma Howard, a year-old female, was afflicted with ALS (Lou Gherig's Disease) and starting to deteriorate rapidly.This is a very helpful, thoughtful book.
It thoroughly unpicks the arguments for and against assisted dying, and explains why making it legally acceptable is bad news for anyone who considers themselves civilised and humane.
It also includes a fascinating comparative history of the assisted-dying and anti-abortion campaigns/5.The book calledPhysician-Assisted Death¹, edited by James M. Humber, Robert F.
Almeder, and Gregg A. Kasting, would be more accurately entitled “The Case for Physician-Assisted Death.” And even that title could be questioned because the term “physician-assisted death” can be .