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  • The Panglong Agreement: An Analysis

    I.ROOT CAUSE OF THE CONFLICT The Government did not implement the Panglong Agreement, that will grant Kachin people the full autonomy in the Kachin State.They’re discontented in ethnic discrimination, inequality and they felt neglected by the central government of Myanmar.It has been the cause of the conflict that started in 1960’s. II.CRITICAL RECENT DEVELOPMENT On February 12, 1947, the Panglong agreement was signed by Chin, Shan and Kachin representatives…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Physician Assisted Suicide

    Assisted Suicide Introduction The right to life is one of the basic human freedoms. Similarly, the right to take away one’s own life is not punishable in the modern world. However, there are cases, when an individual who is willing to commit suicide is not able to do so by himself. Therefore, practices such as Physician Assisted Suicide (PAS) occur often in the world, somewhere legally and somewhere illegally. Assisted suicide is the act when a patient gets the help of a doctor to end life at…

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  • Ethical And Moral Dilemmas: The Ethics Of Assisted Suicide

    that assisted suicide for incurably ill persons experiencing extreme suffering can be distinguished from euthanasia used for the purpose of genocide on the grounds that it is based on principles of dignity, honor, and respect and is chosen and enacted by the dying individuals, rather than being forced on them against their…

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  • The Crux Of Jeffrie Murphy's Rationality And The Fear Of Death

    The question of whether or not a fear of death is rational is the crux of Jeffrie Murphy’s article Rationality and the Fear of Death in which he sets out to argue that it is irrational to fear death and concludes that a fear of death is on the one hand rational if it helps the person live a meaningful life and on the other hand irrational when it has no real purpose in helping one live the way he wishes to. Murphy’s conclusion however leaves much to be desired about where one draws the line…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Terri Schiavo Case

    The matter of life and death relates to religion, culture, and individual thoughts; however, the correct way to handle these matters is up to you. There is a lot of controversy over assisted suicide and patient autonomy. A perfect example of this is the Terri Schiavo case. The Terri Schiavo case turned family into rivals and threw the judicial system into the fierce mix. Terri Schiavo suffered cardiac arrest that resulted in hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). This ultimately left Terri in a…

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  • Ethical Applicability Of Euthanasia

    Euthanasia refers to the practice of intentionally ending someone’s life to relieve the patient from pain and suffering. Many researchers have significantly discussed the euthanasia and its ethical applicability. For example, James Rachels, Bonnie Steinbock and John Hardwig and Brock have vividly offered the exposition of their thoughts and opinions regarding the intentional and deliberate termination of someone’s life. Notably, the cessation of the employment of extraordinary means of…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Euthanasia In The United States

    Should euthanasia be legal in the United States? Originating from the Greek terms "eu" (happy or good) and "thantos" (death), euthanasia literally means "happy death" or "good death". It is commonly defined as, “the act of bringing about the death of a hopelessly ill and suffering person in a relatively quick and painless way for reasons of mercy” (LeBaron 1). Assisted suicide is a form of euthanasia, when a person helps commit suicide or provides information of how to do so to another person. A…

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  • Isolation In The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time By Mark Haddon

    Mark Haddon, the author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, suggests that isolation is beneficial to a person’s mental state. Mark Haddon demonstrates this point through Christopher Boone’s reaction to the murder of Wellington and Ed Boone’s reaction to Christopher’s discovery of his mother’s letters. Christopher’s reaction to the murder of Wellington demonstrates the benefits of isolation. In the following quotation, Christopher narrates his daily schedule, and says this…

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  • Euthanasia Pros And Cons Essay

    The Pros and Cons of Euthanasia “Euthanasia is defined as a deliberate act undertaken by one person with the intention of ending life of another person to relieve that person 's suffering and where the act is the cause of death.”(Gupta, Bhatnagar and Mishra) It additionally called medico availed suicide/mercy killing. Euthanasia is three types: voluntary, non-voluntary and involuntary. Voluntary euthanasia is when terminally ill patient consents to culminate his/her life. When the suffering…

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  • Euthanasia Argument Paper

    Euthanasia has continuously remained a debatable religious issue for many years now. It continuously remains an issue due to the two sides of whether or not it should be made legal around the world because of the different religions and the morals those religions have. Having an interest in the topic of Euthanasia is what prompted to research the Catholic views towards legalising it. There are countless stories in the media regarding individuals suffering and requesting that their wishes of…

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