The case for assisted dying is still inherently flawed

The case for assisted dying is still inherently flawed

The articles on assisted dying in The Economist are extremely helpful; even with those whom I disagree completely, I can have civilised and  enlightening discussions. My opponents are, for the most part, well-motivated and willing to examine the opposition’s arguments. I agree with some of their points. Like Emilie Yerby, I feel I would change my mind if presented with the right arguments in favour of legalising assisted dying. And I disagree with some of the points made by those on my side of the question.

But my conclusion, after looking at the issue for 25 years, is that there are insuperable problems with the line of reasoning employed by proponents of legalised assisted dying.

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