Dying and 'Euthanasia'
SOUTH AFRICA MEDICAL JOURNAL 1992 July; 82(1): 35-38
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Relational Responsibility, and Not Only Stewardship. a Roman Catholic View on Voluntary Euthanasia for Dying and Non-Dying Patients Schotsmans, Paul T. (2003-08)The Roman Catholic theological approach to euthanasia is radically prohibitive. The main theological argument for this prohibition is the so-called "stewardship argument": Christians cannot escape accounting to God for ...
Teaching Euthanasia: The Integration of the Practice of Euthanasia Into the Grief, Death, and Dying Curricula of Postgraduate Family Medicine Training Kimsma, Gerrit K.; van Duin, B.J. (1996)...In this contribution, we intend to describe the comprehensive teaching program of euthanasia of the Free University of Amsterdam's Postgraduate Family Medicine Program. Here students receive university-based training ...