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Deathrights: In Defense of Suicide - Quest, M. A.
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Publishamerica, 134 Seiten, L=140mm, B=216mm, H=8mm, Gew.=181gr, [GR: 25220 - TB/Philosophie/Allgemeines, Lexika], [SW: - Sociology], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Deathrights: In Defense of Suicide is a seminal yet definitive work in support of the right to death. Citing historical, cultural, religious, philosophical, literary and popular sources, the author seeks to promote a renewed understanding and acceptance of voluntarily ending oneas own lifeanot for just the terminally ill but for all those who prefer control over their life and its conclusion. We should not be made to die or forced to live against our wishes or to satisfy others or to serve some external interests. Everyone has the fundamental human right to their own life and death. Arguing persuasively from the historical record and current evidence, Mr. Quest contends that suicide, once an honorable act, should be returned to the approved status it once enjoyed. Deathrights: In Defense of Suicide is a seminal yet definitive work in support of the right to death. Citing historical, cultural, religious, philosophical, literary and popular sources, the author seeks to promote a renewed understanding and acceptance of voluntarily ending oneas own lifeanot for just the terminally ill but for all those who prefer control over their life and its conclusion. We should not be made to die or forced to live against our wishes or to satisfy others or to serve some external interests. Everyone has the fundamental human right to their own life and death. Arguing persuasively from the historical record and current evidence, Mr. Quest contends that suicide, once an honorable act, should be returned to the approved status it once enjoyed.

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Deathrights: In Defense of Suicide is a seminal yet definitive work in support of the right to death. Citing historical, cultural, religious, philosophical, literary and popular sources, the author seeks to promote a renewed understanding and acceptance of voluntarily ending oneas own lifeanot for just the terminally ill but for all those who prefer control over their life and its conclusion. We should not be made to die or forced to live against our wishes or to satisfy others or to serve some external interests. Everyone has the fundamental human right to their own life and death. Arguing persuasively from the historical record and current evidence, Mr. Quest contends that suicide, once an honorable act, should be returned to the approved status it once enjoyed. Deathrights: In Defense of Suicide Quest, M. A. Deathrights: In Defense of Suicide is a seminal yet definitive work in support of the right to death. Citing historical, cultural, religious, philosophical, literary and popular sources, the author seeks to promote a renewed understanding and acceptance of voluntarily ending oneas own lifeanot for just the terminally ill but for all those who prefer control over their life and its conclusion. We should not be made to die or forced to live against our wishes or to satisfy others or to serve some external interests. Everyone has the fundamental human right to their own life and death. Arguing persuasively from the historical record and current evidence, Mr. Quest contends that suicide, once an honorable act, should be returned to the approved status it once enjoyed.

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Deathrights: In Defense of Suicide is a seminal yet definitive work in support of the right to death. Citing historical, cultural, religious, philosophical, literary and popular sources, the author seeks to promote a renewed understanding and acceptance of voluntarily ending oneas own lifeanot for just the terminally ill but for all those who prefer control over their life and its conclusion. We should not be made to die or forced to live against our wishes or to satisfy others or to serve some external interests. Everyone has the fundamental human right to their own life and death. Arguing persuasively from the historical record and current evidence, Mr. Quest contends that suicide, once an honorable act, should be returned to the approved status it once enjoyed.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781424177844
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1424177847
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2007
Editeur: Publishamerica
134 Pages
Poids: 0,181 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781424177844

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
1-4241-7784-7, 978-1-4241-7784-4


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