Year: 1964 Source: New York, NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1964. p.55-79 SIEC No: 20021056

Questions whether people not suffering from painful and incurable disease have a right to put an end to their own lives at will, either because they wish to avoid some consequence, or because they have simply grown tired of living. Traces historical views of suicide, particularly in relation to Christianity. Argues that criminal law is irrelevant in finding a solution to suicide.