PHI 210 week 2

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  • From the Website, select one (1) topic of your choice and read the Pro section and the Con section on the selected topic.
  • In your own words, summarize the topic: what is the debate really about? What are the two sides of the debate? (Be thorough in your explanations; imagine you are talking to a 10 year old - that's how thorough and clear you need to be.)
  • State your position on the selected topic.
    • Determine the biases you experienced as you examined the reasons for and against your position. (Explain the meaning of the term 'bias' as well.)
    • Describe your reaction to your experience of these biases.

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School: University of Virginia



Legalization of Euthanasia
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The topic of discussion is focused on the legalization of euthanasia in the medical
context. Proponents to this motion stand for the argument that individuals with very serious
illnesses should have the right to do away with their lives in order to take away any suffering
they may be going through (Fletcher, 2015). They argue out that the right to die is also guarded
by the law hence they feel that is should be legalized. On the other hand, opponents to this
motion argue out that doctors are entitled with a moral responsibility to keep patients alive and
going ahead to support their personal suicide would be a violation of the Hippocratic O...

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