Year: 1992 Source: Issues in Law & Medicine, v.8, no.3, (Winter 1992), p.317-330 SIEC No: 19930947

The author of this article reviews philosohpical arguments regarding the right to die. This review is based on the author’s belief that suicide is wrong, because humans do not have the right to take a life. The author looks to classical author’s, such as Plato, Kant, and Acquinas, to support his views. On the other hand he argues that people who believe in a right to die are children of modernity, when they make decisive distinctions on moral questions.