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by John Donnelly

ePub Suicide: Right or Wrong? (Contemporary Issues in Philosophy Series) download
Author:
John Donnelly
ISBN13:
978-0879755959
ISBN:
0879755954
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Publisher:
Prometheus Books (April 1, 1990)
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Death & Grief
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Suicide: Right or Wrong? (Contemporary Issues Series).

Is suicide ever rationally or morally justified? A host of suicide related matters are explored in this timely collection of essays that clarifies the battlelines of public debate surrounding this intense and painful topic. Suicide: Right or Wrong? (Contemporary Issues Series). 1573921866 (ISBN13: 9781573921862).

Right or Wrong? (Contemporary Issues in Philosophy Series). Published April 1990 by Prometheus Books. There's no description for this book yet.

Brandt, Richard B. The Morality and Rationality of Suicide, in Donnelly, p. 85–200. Interestingly there are two versions versions of this paper.

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Contemporary Issues in Philosophy Series.

Suicide-Related Behaviour-The Ultimate issues in Suicide-Related behaviourRational al and religious issuesAttitudes to Suicide-Related behaviourAttitudes of ‘others’ to suicidal behaviourCompetency in interpersonal skillsSummary

Suicide-Related Behaviour-The Ultimate issues in Suicide-Related behaviourRational al and religious issuesAttitudes to Suicide-Related behaviourAttitudes of ‘others’ to suicidal behaviourCompetency in interpersonal skillsSummary. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter?

Is suicide morally permissible, or even morally required in some extraordinary circumstances? . This article will examine the main currents of historical and contemporary Western philosophical thought surrounding these questions.

Is suicide morally permissible, or even morally required in some extraordinary circumstances? Is suicidal behavior rational? This article will examine the main currents of historical and contemporary Western philosophical thought surrounding these questions. 1. Characterizing Suicide. 2. Highlights of Historical Western Thought.

Suicide: Right or Wrong? By John Donnelly. Contemporary public sentiment seems to be catching up with the long standing view of many philosophers that suicide can sometimes be the quintessential free, rational act, something often noble and heroic. Suicide: Right or Wrong? By John Donnelly.

Start studying Philosophy-ethics & contemporary issues. consequentialism: judges people, things, and issues on the basis of their outcomes or consequences. Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. utilitarianism: type of consequentialism that says people should engage in acts that do maximum good to the maximum number of people. This means to put emphasis on the consequence being that the maximum number of people are done the maximum amount of good. value vs duty vs rights based moral theories.

Gathers essays by Thomas Aquinas, David Hume, Immanuel Kant, Joyce Carol Oates, Seneca and Thomas S. Szasz that deal with the history, nature, morality and rationality of suicide