[SOLVED] Passive Euthanasia
Fourth Question SetProvide answers to the five essay questions below. (Note: on questions one through four you should not praise or criticize the authors you discuss. The point of those questions is to explain them, not to state whether you agree or disagree.) – 1. What is euthanasia? And what is the difference between active and passive euthanasia? Finally, give a description of Rachels’ bathtub example in your own words, and explain why he thinks it shows that active and passive euthanasia are morally equivalent.- 2. Why does Steinbock believe that the AMA doesn’t make the distinction between active and passive euthanasia? What distinction does she think it uses instead? And how does she justify cessation of extraordinary treatment?- 3. How does Brock justify voluntary active euthanasia? What restrictions would he place on it? And what does he think would be the consequences of permitting it?- 4. What is Hardwig’s “duty to die?” Under what sorts of circumstances does he think this idea would come into play? And what does he think would be its effects?- 5. Is euthanasia morally acceptable or not? Explain what you believe about when it is moral and/or immoral to perform euthanasia and explain why your views are correct on this issue.
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