Euthanasia; "Quality of Life"

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This You Call a Dilemma? One night I found myself in discussion with a student who argued that weighing an argument from the perspective of Torah without giving equal credence to chemistry, science and nature is shortsighted. I agreed with him, but insist...
A Jewish Perspective on Euthanasia
Based on case studies and personal experience, a Jewish clinician takes a practical look at the arguments both for and against euthanasia and how they square with the ethics of Torah.
Doctors discovered that Houben had an almost normal level of brain activity. He was suffering from a form of "locked-in syndrome," in which people are unable to speak or move but can think and reason.
No matter what side of the organ donor argument you are on, when you read Zach Dunlap's story you will probably take a step back—to contemplate
A close look at Talmudic sources and the Code of Jewish Law on the subject of euthanasia, the criteria in establishing death and its application to contemporary situations.
Episode 1
An in depth look at real life stories and issues and how to resolve them the Torah way.
The Torah's view on organ donation, cremation and the right to die.
A medical resident--we called her "Dr. Death"--chased us down the hallway. "Your husband wants to die," she told my mother, again.
Euthanasia makes sense. The animal kingdom, Greek culture and Darwinism all lend their credence. The only one withholding credence is a pesky verse in our Parshah...
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