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Euthanasia

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China Chung

on 25 September 2013

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Transcript of Euthanasia

Summary of the news
Outline
The angle of Patient
Perspective: Ethics
The angle of government
The angle of patient's parent(s)
Do we have the right to judge someone's death?
Euthanasia
Euthanasia ban like 'torture,' court told(Edmonton Journal,20Mar13)
Patient's desire
Ethics
What is Euthanasia?
For and against?
Our Opinion
Michelle + China standpoint
Why we choose this news?
Defining key words
Video Clips
Present by:
China Chung
Michelle Fu
Reference
Euthanasia refers to the practice of
intentionally ending a life in order to
relieve pain and suffering

Plaintiff(n)
tantamount(adj)
discriminate(v)
Torture(n)
Terminal(adj)
a person who
brings an action
in a court of law
['plentf]
to treat a person or group
differently from another
in an unfair way
[d'skrmnet]
to deliberately hurt someone
in order to force them to
tell you information,
to punish them, or
to be cruel
causing or
ending in
or approaching
death
Summary of the news
5 questions
-Angle( Patient, Patient's Parents,
government,Ethics)
Why we choose this article?
For and against?
Video clips + Reference
If you were a vegetable, are you
willing to lay in the bed and losing
your dignity?
wait for the miracle
Can law solve all the problem?(include mercy killing)
Or the combination of law and euthanasia will only become a topic for political party to argue?
Buddhism
Christian
Catholicism
When we face a two-sided problem,
such as mercy killing, should we
consider the value of religion?
Two-sided problem
a problem which
cannot be solved
in the law courts
may become a tool of
intentional homicide
Doctors' duty is to heal the
wounded and rescue the dying
Is not conducive to the
development of medical
technology
at the same time
it is a good topic
that we should
discuss on
Euthanasia Presentation(1:47-2:02)
www.braillefreepress.org
www.thesimszone.co.uk
sci.en.cn
www.eklavvya.in
Getty image
icandystocks.blogspot.com
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---legal
---''torture''
---suffer
---disabilities
---doctors
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