7 edition of The Right vs. the Right to Die found in the catalog.
September 5, 2006
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
Civil Rights - Right to Die: Books. 1 - 20 of 69 results. Grid View Grid. List View List. Add to Wishlist. Quickview. Final Exit: The Practicalities by Derek Humphry. Paperback $ Available Online. Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt of this book!. Although the right to die movement is sometimes characterized under the heading of euthanasia, advocates are quick to point out that physician-assisted suicide is not about a doctor's decision to end the suffering of a terminally ill person, but rather about the decision by a terminally ill person to end their own under medical : Tom Head.
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One also comes to understand much of the science, policy and politics behind the right-to-die, assisted suicide, and right-to-life movements in the USA.
The author does a good job citing court cases, laws, and even religious documents related to this subject. All in all, a good book.2/5(1). The Right vs. the Right to Die. We'd love you to buy this book, and hope you find this page convenient in locating a place of purchase.
The broadest selection of online bookstores. The links will take you to the Web site's homepage. From there you can navigate to the title you are interested in. This addresses details some important topics, for futurists and historians alike, but it is more concerned about being political than anything else.
Granted, this should be expected per the title: "The Right (politically) Vs the Right to Die." It is a more personal account from Jon Eisenberg on the dealings of the Terri Schiavo case.2/5. Euthanasia and the Right to Die is an excellent introduction for those who are interested in learning more about the debate from an international, social policy perspective.
(Journal Of Health Psychology) This work succeeds not only in its reach to construct a comparative contextual framework and in its synthesis Reviews: 1.
The Right vs The Right to Die. One could write a book about the relatively small number of people Right To Life has organized to assist them in their cruel efforts to prevent even dying people. Get this from a library.
The right vs. the right to die: lessons from the Terri Schiavo case and how to stop it from happening again. [Jon B Eisenberg] -- "The Terri Schiavo drama tested the American legal system.
Jon B. Eisenberg, one of the attorneys on Michael Schiavo's side, presents a behind-the-scenes look at what happened and what's coming. This book carries an urgent message to Americans on the controversial issues of abortion and euthanasia.
These are emotional issues. In "The Right to Live; The Right to Die," Dr. Everett Koop, who was one of the United States’ most prominent surgeons, examines current attitudes and trends from several important perspectives: medical, personal, social, and by: Eisenberg’s book, in addition to documenting the tortuous legal route the case took and the political shenanigans some anti-right-to-die advocates like former Florida Governor and Republican Presidential contender Jeb Bush undertook, lays out the legal history of the right-to-die in the United States and the networks of wealthy people, their.
In this book, Joni Eareckson Tada does not give us a list of rules for deciding when it is time to die. What she does is just the opposite. She exposes the fact that there are no clear-cut rules while emphasizing the point that life always has dignity and that God has a purpose for every person he has gifted with life/5.
The Right To Live, The Right To Die book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Although the popular term “right to die” has been used to describe the debate over end-of-life decisions, the underlying issues include a variety of legal concepts, some distinct and some overlapping.
For instance, “right to die” could include issues of suicide, passive euthanasia (allowing a person to die by refusal or withdrawal of. This is a history of euthanasia from ancient Greek and Romans times right up through the centuries to modern times. This book went on to be a standard history book in the Spanish language in hardback and paperback, and also published in Germany and England.
It's not available new but there are plenty of copies in Amazon's used book by: 3. In AprilFirsts: The Book Collector's Magazine estimated that the first edition of A Right to Die had a value of between $ and $ The estimate is for a copy in very good to fine condition in a like dustjacket.
Toronto: Macmillan,hardcoverAuthor: Rex Stout. Law, Immunization and the Right to Die focuses on the urgent matter of legal appeals and judicial decisions on assisted death. Drawing on key cases from the United Kingdom and Canada, the book focuses on the problematic paternalism of legal decisions that currently deny assisted dying and questions why the law fails to recognize what many describe as "compassionate motives" for assisted : Hardcover.
Thanks to the runaway success of the #1 national bestseller Final Exit, the right to die has been brought to the moral and political forefront. Now Humphry tackles the the right to die in this companion to his ,copy bestseller/5. Euthanasia and assisted suicide are the major moral issues of the day, but they have a murky past - as this brilliant book by Professor Wyatt shows.
He explodes the popular myths behind the campaign for 'assisted dying' and proposes a better way. Every caring Christian should read this.
It's a matter of life and : John Wyatt. This entry opens with a concise history of the right to die movement. Then it provides a conceptual framework, explaining key terms that are often utilized by those who advocate physician aid-in-dying: liberty, autonomy, dignity, respect, concern, quality of life and suffering.
Contra quality of life considerations. Right to Die Vol Issue 1 of Scalpel and quill, ISSN Author: Daniel P. Heberling: Contributor: Pittsburgh Institute of Legal Medicine: Publisher: Pittsburgh Institute of Legal Medicine, Length: 28 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
The term right to die refers to the issue of whether a person who has a terminal illness, or who is facing a lingering death, should be permitted to end his life on his own terms. Someone’s “right to die” sums up all of the decisions involved in such a complex issue.
Examples of right to die decisions include whether or not the person should live on life support, and. For some involved in the right-to-die movement, assisted suicide is a term laden with the stigma associated with mental illness.
To them, the word “suicide” is so pejorative they refer to it as the “s-word.”. For others, it’s simply the definition of death by : Sarah Childress. The religious Right chose to make it a national spectacle because they thought they could win. They were wrong.
The Terri Schiavo case was a key battle in a larger political struggle over abortion, stem-cell research, physician-assisted suicide, gay .The right to die requires clarification. It need not be a right to assistance in ending one’s life.
Instead, it need only amount to a right not to be prevented from gaining assistance in ending one’s life. This distinction is crucial. If the right to die were a right to positive assistance, then others would do wrong if they failed to : D.
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