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MercatorNet is an on-line magazine about the ethics behind the headlines. Our editorial office is located in Sydney, Australia, but our contributors and readers are scattered all over the world. We have a number of blogs, too, ranging from Family Edge, about social and political trends affecting the family, to Tiger Print, about style and fashion, to Conjugality, about the same-sex marriage.The paper by Cane refers to “euthanasia” as “obstetrics of the soul.”8 Although there are obvious limitations to the analogy of euthanasia as delivery of the soul, it may be useful in illustrating a critical distinction. It is self-evident that an obstetrician may facilitate and be a witness to birth; however, an obstetrician can now also induce labor and delivery.Margaret Somerville, LLB, DCL, Professor of Bioethics at the University of Notre Dame Australia, in a Feb. 19, 2016 article, “Next, Limit the Harm: Proposals for Canada’s New Euthanasia Law,” available at mercatornet.com, stated.
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, a blog about euthanasia, assisted suicide, elder abuse, end-of-life care, palliative care. Most recent articles and news from around the world.Read More
The pro-euthanasia case is compact and quick and easy to make. It focuses on a terminally ill, seriously suffering, competent adult who gives informed consent to euthanasia and bases its claims to prevail on the obligation to respect that person's right to autonomy and self-determination and dignity.Read More
Originally published in MercatorNet, April 2017 by Paul Russell As the Victorian Ministerial Advisory Panel on “assisted dying” makes ready to release its interim report sometime in April, The Age newspaper turned its attention to the matter of conscience whether a doctor may refuse to take part in any action that would bring about the premature and deliberate death of a person.Read More
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, a blog about euthanasia, assisted suicide, elder abuse, end-of-life care, palliative care. Most recent articles and news from around the world. Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Euthanasia Prevention Coalition: Canadian doctor: Kids benefit from seeing euthanasia.Read More
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International Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia (2015) Careful: A MercatorNet Focus Blog on Euthanasia Victorina Division of the World Federation of Doctors Who Respect Human Life.Read More
The best succinct encapsulation of social-ethical requirements for euthanasia may be found in the Canadian Council on Animal Care (CCAC) module, “Euthanasia of Experimental Animals”. “The humane killing of animals requires knowledge, skill, respect for the animal, and an understanding of the many factors that are part of choosing a humane method.Read More
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Media and Society Essay The films Killing Me Softly 3 and Tough Guise both measure the influence the media has on society. Killing Me Softly 3 focuses on the media objectifying women and its effects. Tough Guise takes a closer look at how the media’s images and messages influence the culture of men.Read More
Mis-selling euthanasia. Sir or Madam. David Nicholl's recent article(1) describing his conversion to a pro-euthanasia viewpoint following the death by euthanasia in Belgium of a dear friend, suggests rather less an intellectual conversion than a profound emotional reaction.Read More