The Irreversibly Comatose: Respect for the Subhuman in Human Life
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 1982 November; 7(4): 337-354
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Rolston, Holmes (1982-11)In discussing the irreversibly comatose patient, the author reasons from a naturalistic principle that some moral duty is owed to ongoing biological life even though no personal consciousness remains. He applies the principle ...