Killing, Letting Die and Moral Perception: A Reply to Grant Gillett
Bioethics 1999 October; 13(5): 414-425
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Gillett, Grant (1994-10)There are a number of arguments that purport to show, in general terms, that there is no difference between killing and letting die. These are used to justify active euthanasia on the basis of the reasons given for allowing ...
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Thornton, Jim (1999-10)A number of philosophers in recent times have employed arguments to show that there is no morally relevant difference between killing a patient and allowing that patient to die in those circumstances where the outcome ...