Philosophical and ethical views.
Book Review: Fatal Freedom
The book defends autonomy and liberty by speaking out for the right to suicide.
Is There a Duty to Die?
By John Hardwig, Professor and Head, Department of Philosophy, University of Tennessee.
Kevorkian Lies, and Suicide by Thomas S. Szasz
Szasz objects to physician-assisted suicide which makes suicide a medical issue rather than a moral one.
MH Today: The Right to Suicide
Written by Patty E. Fleener, arguing the mentally ill have no right to kill themselves because their illness inhibits good decision making.
Morality of Suicide
Why, if at all, is it morally unacceptable for one to bring about one's own death? Considers the views of Hume, Kant and Utilitarianism.
The Murder of Oneself
A critical overview of ethical issues involved in suicide.
Suicide and the absurd. Contrasting the views of Albert Camus and Thomas Nagel.
From Dr. Ezio Vailati's course on Ethics.
Suicide and the Immortality of the Soul
The Complete 1783 Edition of David Hume's Essays.
Suicide is Not Painless
Approaches the subject from a biblical perspective.
Suicide: A Civil Right
From the Antipsychiatry Coalition.
Summa Theologica II-II, 64, 5
Is it lawful to kill oneself? By St. Thomas Aquinas.
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