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Moses Leonard answered

Essay writing structure

Composing an academic essay entails fashioning a coherent pair of ideas to a debate. Due to the fact essays are essentially linear--they feature one idea at a period--they should show their thoughts in the arrangement which makes most sense into an individual reader. Properly structuring an essay signifies attending into a reader's … Read more

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Moses Leonard answered

Euthanasia reduces pain to the ill person, Reduces cost, Grants the persons a respected death, freedom of choice is granted on the other hand human dignity is abused, Regrets can accompany those involved in the case of involuntary decisions and to some religion, they abuse the principles of religion.


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Moses Leonard answered Goaty McSheepson's question

Euthanasia was not much of his field. He wrote about the increase in population is necessarily limited by the means of subsistence  in which increase in subsistence automatically leads to increase population, hence high population is suppressed by the moral constraints within the ecosystems

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Moses Leonard answered Nisha Kandola's question

Euthanasia should be allowed or not is a negotiable point that can be argued equally on both sides.

Argument defending Euthanasia

Some communities and religion such as Hindus believe under good guidance its morally right to ease the agony of the patient if no signs of recovery. As a was express freedom of … Read more

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Moses Leonard answered

Euthanasia, as defined, is always a practice under consent either with the client or the relatives.

Pros.

  • Saves a lot of expenses.
  • Relieves pain to the patient
  • Expresses some freedom of decision making.
  • To some community like Hindus it's morally right and 

Cons

  • Perceived as an ethical in some religions
  • No value for human life
  • If not well … Read more
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Moses Leonard answered Anonymous' question

Euthanasia Is the act of shortening the time span of an ill dying person through medications through an agreed consent either by the patient or their relatives. Mostly perceived as an ethical but at some point, it weighs some cons especially to those patients in agony and the doctor sees no probability … Read more

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Moses Leonard thanked Will Martin's answer
Euthanasia comes from an ancient Greek root meaning something like 'good/kind death.' The nearest translation is probably 'mercy killing.' Apart from a few countries including Switzerland and the Netherlands, the law tends not to regards euthanasia as different from murder, though in practice there have been many cases where people have quietly helped a loved … Read more