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Throughout the book, Dyck staunchly maintains that assisted suicide is unacceptable in any and all circumstances. The practice denies terminally ill patients the possibility of recovery and robs them ofthe chance to rethink the meaning of their lives or to achieve spiritual growth. Furthermore, because it undermines the shared moral structure that makes community possible, assisted suicide bodes ill for society as a whole. "Life's Worth" is a must-read for anyone grappling with this hotly debated issue.
|Series Editors' Foreword|
|1||Responding to Suffering: Physician-Assisted Suicide versus Comfort-Only Care||11|
|2||Physician-Assisted Suicide versus Comfort-Only Care: Do They Differ Morally in Significant Ways?||29|
|3||The Moral Structure of Life's Worth and Protection||45|
|4||Christian Morality and Natural Morality in Law and Public Policy||73|