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  1. Law is a norm of behavior established by society. It is not beneficial for society to lose healthy members, so it is not beneficial to establish such a rule. There were societies that established the rule of rejecting people who were unprofitable to society. For example, old people over the age of 70 were taken to die on a mountain by their children when they couldn't feed them, as in the movie”The Legend of Narayama”. Now societies have rethought their values. The value of a person is determined in a different way. Therefore, in the modern world, the establishment of such rights is unacceptable.

    In addition, the right of one person in society cannot contradict the right of another person. If a person causes other people suffering by harming themselves, then they are violating the rights of other people as well. This manifests itself as a public reaction, a ban on such behavior.

  2. Yes.

    A person has the right to dispose of their body, including the right to commit suicide. Suicide is no longer a crime in our country or in many other developed countries. However, suicide attempts often fail, and as a result, a person can become disabled and suffer even more. So yes, there should be such a right.

    Naturally, we are not talking about including euthanasia in the list of free medical services.

    I will make a reservation that I consider suicide evil, ideally the number of suicides should be kept to a minimum. I also consider it evil, for example, excessive alcohol consumption, but a person has the right to do so.

    Here they wrote that suicide causes suffering to other people and violates their rights. But here's an example: Masha loves Sasha, and he marries Dasha. Will Masha suffer? Obviously, yes, perhaps her suffering will be no less than the suffering of losing a loved one. But this does not mean that Sasha has no right to marry Dasha, although, perhaps, many people will condemn such an act.

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    From the point of view of Christianity, the answer is yes, because there is heaven, hell, the concept of sin, good and evil. However, from a scientific point of view, none of this is true. These concepts were introduced into the history of mankind in order to make it comfortable to co-exist.

    Therefore, from the point of view of Christianity, euthanasia cannot be allowed because it is a sin. But from a scientific point of view, the world will continue to exist without you. The genus stands above the individual. Therefore

    Legalizing euthanasia will reduce affective suicide attempts.

    Prohibition is like an Adam's apple beckoning. Suicide from the point of view of a teenager can be regarded as a strong-willed act of overcoming oneself, which automatically makes him a hero.

    The legalization of euthanasia sublimates the affective into the controlled, where the state is the main controlling authority.

    The state can go further: it can impose sanctions on families in whose family the child committed suicide, thereby helping the suicide to come to the euthanasia clinic, and not on the bridge of his last moments of life.

    But it is worth separating two types of euthanasia: psychological discomfort and physical. Psychological is usually found in adolescents in the form of depression and other mental illnesses. Physical is expressed in pain and suffering.

    In the event that euthanasia is applied for with a psychological background, the young person should be given at least 50 days to rethink, as well as provide psychological support in the form of a professional psychologist.

    In the case of treatment with the physiological background of an elderly person who has no hope of recovery, it is possible to make a decision on euthanasia almost instantly after a consultative commission.

  4. Law enforcement practice is too imperfect to introduce such a temptation as eliminating a person through legalized suicide. There was a house in Babulechka's house, and people came who wanted to look at it instead of this property. But my grandmother is not in a hurry.. so they paid extra to someone who needed to draw up the necessary documents for the voluntary discharge of the grandmother to the next world.

    No one can punish a person for committing suicide – this is quite enough, I think.

  5. I'm against. The idea of suicide visits almost any person, especially in difficult circumstances. And, if everything is really hopeless – a healthy person has the opportunity to make a decision himself and end his own life. At the same time, the very need to kill yourself pushes many away from this step. Don't make it easier for them to choose.

  6. I believe that every person has the right to manage his life in any way, as long as his actions do not violate the freedoms of other people. The question of whether human life is a gift or a punishment is a question that everyone will answer in their own way. Only one fact remains undisputed: we do not choose where and when to be born, we are not subject to this eternal life mechanism, because we find ourselves “put” into existence without our own consent.

    On the other hand, when we come into being, we can use it quite freely. In particular, we gain the right to take our own life and, thus, exercise our power over being. When discussing this, many philosophers often omitted an important point: among our instincts, one of the most fundamental is the instinct of self-preservation, so suicide is also an act of overcoming oneself.

    I don't call for suicide in any way. In my opinion, suicide is an extremely radical and often unjustified measure, especially among teenagers. Suicide can only be a way out if life brings a person excruciating physiological suffering, but mental pain can always be experienced and even more vital energy can be extracted.

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