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Dying with Dignity

There will – and already have been – an abundance of articles about the story of Brittany Maynard, the 29-year-old woman suffering a terminal illness who chose to end her life on the 1st ofNovember  2014. I’m not here to write about why or why not she shouldn’t have done what she did. I’m not […]

Death with Dignity and the Campaign for Euthanasia

This is the text of an address by John Kleinsman in December 2011. He is director of the Nathaniel Centre for Bioethics of the NZ Catholic Bishops Conference. He is  also a doctoral student on the morality of beginning of life issues.  The laws of our country and most countries in the world currently forbid […]