CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
1. What arguments does Veatch present that informed consent should be abandoned in favour of value pairing. Does his argument work? Why/why not?
2.Rachels contends that killing and letting die are morally equivalent, and are justified (or unjustified) for the same reasons. Are there any morally significant differences between the two?
3.John Hardwig argues that patients are often economic and/or emotional burdens upon their loved ones. Is he right to claim that this burdening can, under certain circumstances, entail a duty to die?
4.Imagine a doctor saying the following: As a general practitioner, I conscientiously object to providing an abortion, or referring you to a practitioner who will help you procure one. Providing you with that information means that I am helping you murder an innocent child.” How are we to respond ethically to this kind of conscientious objection?
-Please choose ONLY ONE of the above question.
-Pls use an active voice such as I will argue that…, i will now show that… instead of one could argue that…
-The Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy is very useful for this essay.
-There is no number limit for the referencing but please at least use 4-6.
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