The Characteristics of a Valid "Empirical" Slippery-Slope Argument
JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ETHICS 1992 Winter; 3(4): 301-302
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Burgess, J.A. (1993-09)Whenever some form of beneficent killing -- for example, voluntary euthanasia -- is advocated, the proposal is greeted with a flood of slippery-slope arguments warning of the dangers of a Nazi-style slide into genocide. ...