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Title: Ethics of (Palliative) Care and the Question of Euthanasia
Authors: Donev, Dejan 
Kaluđerović, Željko
Keywords: ethics of palliative care, bioethics, euthanasia, human dignity
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: BETIM, Hayat Foundation for Health and Social Services, Istanbul
Source: Donev D. & Kaluđerović Ž. Ethics of (Palliative) Care and the Question of Euthanasia. Proceedings "Health, Culture and the Human Body: Epidemiology, Ethics and History of Medicine, Perspectives from Turkey and Central Europe". BETIM, Hayat Foundation for Health and Social Services. Istanbul, 2014: 603-617
Conference: Health, Culture and the Human Body: Epidemiology, ethics and history of medicine, perspectives from Turkey and Central Europe. 2nd international and interdisciplinary conference, September 13 - 15, 2012 Istanbul, Turkey
Abstract: The man got used pretty much to life and doesn’t think very often on life’s fragility and temporality, e.g. on death. But, human life is unrestrainably rushing to it’s end - death. So, the question of basic human right to live, human dignity in suffering and dying, is equally practical and theoretical and academic question. In this sense, euthanasia forced upon someone’s life and death do not resolve the question of human dignity but opens up a new very emotional and distressful question which possible, effective and proven answer, compatible with human right to live and dignity in dying, is ethics of (palliative) care.
ISBN: 978-605-86957-1-9
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Philosophy, Collection 05: Conference papers / Трудови од научни конференции

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