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Robert Selle explores the social and moral qualms of euthanasia in two separate interviews-- one with a trained crisis interventionist, and the other with a professor emeritus of philosophy. Selle and his interviewees paint a picture of euthanasia as more than just a form of evil, doctor-assisted suicide by defining the terms of several different situations in which it is commonly used. This article is made available by The World & I Online.
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