I confine my discussion solely to the question of direct, intentional killing of patients by physiciansaso-called mercy killing. ... yield the degree of certitude intuitively and emotionally felt by those who know such practices to be abominable, nor are they likely to persuade anyone who is morally blind. ... Still the best discussion of this topic is a now-classic essay by Yale Kamisar, written thirty years ago.
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