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1. What is euthanasia, and why is it considered to be morally different to murder or suicide? Is it?
- Euthanasia is a method to intentionally end one’s own life. It can rely on medicine or any other way. The main reason people choose euthanasia is that they want to relieve pain and suffering. The difference between euthanasia and suicide is that being euthanized is a death that is carried out to relieve pain after the consent of both the doctor and the patient. It is different to suicide. As people mentioned, there are several difference between euthanasia. It can be voluntary, involuntary or non-voluntary. It is hard to say that whether one can determine to end his or her relatives’ life. The difference between euthanasia and suicide is that there are certain process need to be going on for the euthanasia. However, suicide does not. Anyone who end his own life without the process can be called as suicide.
2.What is euthanasia, and why is it considered to be morally different to murder or suicide? Is it?
Euthanasia refers to the benefit or goodness involved in another’s mortality. The difference between murder and this concept is the underlying reason that one is sought. Euthanasia is justified by its intention to bring death because death, in this case, is ultimately more beneficial than living. On the other hand, murder can refer to both and serves to reference a more general case of death. Therefore, murder and euthanasia are not necessarily mutually exclusive.
Euthanasia, however, can be divided into three categories: voluntary, involuntary, and non-voluntary in which they are divided according to whether consent is provided or present. Voluntary euthanasia involves the consent of the killed while involuntary is more akin to murder where the one being killed does not want to be involved.