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Topic – A common argument against active euthanasia is that it is morally wrong

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Topic – A common argument against active euthanasia is that it is morally wrong because it involves killing, and killing is morally worse than letting die. Explain Jeff McMahan’s response to this argument. Explain James Rachels’ responses to the argument that active euthanasia is morally worse than passive euthanasia because one involves killing and the other involves merely letting die. Explain Philippa Foot’s views on the moral difference between an
unjustified act of killing and unjustified act of letting die. Explain Foot’s argument on the morality of voluntary and non-voluntary active euthanasia. Evaluate her argument against non-voluntary active euthanasia.
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