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  • Public health for the 21st century [Elektronski vir] : 21 reasons to recognize the right to die
    Teršek, Andraž
    Are there persuasive reasons to once again rethink our position on the right to die and justify its recognition as a fundamental human right? Many well-founded reasons seem to argue in favour of a ... constitutional and psychological re-evaluation of certain answers to matters of life and death. Our concern with matters of death should in fact imply effectively, persuasively and responsibly ensuring the highest possible quality of life per se. This concern and responsibility must be strengthened. At the same time, there are several fair, reasonable and convincing arguments in favour of the view that the right to active voluntary euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide should, at least in some cases, be (legally) ensured and protected. In doing so, society could (would) necessarily, responsibly and persuasively respect other fundamental human rights and special issues, such as the right to life, liberty interest and the right to the effective protection of human dignity. These issues encompass not only medical, legal and philosophical aspects - they very much concern fundamental human relations, of which tolerance and trust are their most obvious and essential dimensions.
    Vrsta gradiva - prispevek na konferenci ; neleposlovje za odrasle
    Leto - 2018
    Jezik - angleški
    COBISS.SI-ID - 1540260804