Should there be a legal option of physician-assisted death? If so, what criteria should define its scope and limits? Answers to these questions are contested and controversial. In this essay I examine considerations for and against making physician-assisted death available for individuals of advanced age who are not terminally ill but find their lives no longer worth living.


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