The latest example comes in a New Yorker essay by Cory Taylor, a woman with a terminal illness.
The only way anyone in the Netherlands will care about the resulting deaths is if they test this substance on dogs.
I began my work against assisted suicide in 1993. In the intervening years, I have witnessed a very disturbing change.
Dr. Egnor, in contrast to Dr. Coyne, has worked with, operated on, and helped many children with the conditions that Coyne thinks should justify killing them.
One just needs the terminal diagnosis — sometimes mistaken — to qualify for the lethal pills.
This is not a slippery slope. This is an ice cliff.
Jerry Coyne argues, astonishingly, that the vulnerability of handicapped children justifies killing them.
It is homicide: no different in outcome — i.e., killing — from if the doctor shot the patient in the head.
Jerry Coyne is surprised at the outrage that atheist ethicist Peter Singer has received for advocacy of infant euthanasia.
Don’t involve the medical profession in your atrocity. It takes no skill to kill a baby.