The Department of Health and Human Services has published a draft strategic plan for 2018-2022.
We should not look at the suicidal as natural resources.
Rather than get all caught up in esoteric musing, I suggest an entry level test for determining whether an entity has any moral value.
The river’s lawyer and an environmental group win friendly coverage from the New York Times.
Your back forty is seeking legal counsel.
What if scientists found a way to awaken such patients? That may be on the way.
The Matrix, the first episode, was a fun movie. But as a description for reality? Please.
Assisted suicide advocates are on a campaign to convince medical associations to adopt a position of “studied neutrality” (whatever that means).
The latest example comes in a New Yorker essay by Cory Taylor, a woman with a terminal illness.
There was never any chance a monkey would be granted a copyright.