Death ethics: religious and cultural values in prolonging and ending life
In this sequel to his earlier Birth Ethics, Kenneth Vaux again uses what he calls a 'multiphasic ethical scheme" incorporating naturalistic, humanistic, and theistic values to explore the issues of suicide, euthanasia, letting die, genocide, withdrawing life supports, and other end-of-life issues.
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Battin, M. P., & Vaux, K. L. (1994). Death ethics: religious and cultural values in prolonging and ending life. (Philadelphia: Trinity Press, l992). Ethics, 104(4), 927-29.