I would like to briefly review a book review by the former New England Journal of Medicine executive editor — and assisted suicide booster.
If tomorrow’s history books lionize him as�a visionary leader of freedom, the culture of the West will be as dead as Kevorkian’s 130 “patients.”
Julian Savulescu represents all that I find so objectionable about the mainstream bioethics movement.
A conceptual morass besets neuroscience.
I’m reminded of a phrase from one of my favorite songwriters, Paul Simon, in “The Boxer”: “I’ve squandered my resistance for a pocket full of mumbles.”