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Sartre & Euthanasia
12/12/05 at 17:26:21
 
What would Sartre think of euthanasia?   undecided
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Reply #1 - 12/13/05 at 16:21:52
 
He would be in favor. choice in life. choice in how to end life.
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Re: Sartre & Euthanasia
Reply #2 - 11/28/06 at 07:37:49
 
"He would be in favor. choice in life. choice in how to end life. "
 
I would think that for one to end ones own life under existential law the idea must come from within and not from the outside.  
 
euthenasia is a human invention understood by the collective as something that has always been bandwagoned and not come from within ones own invention.
 
so yes i  think he would be in favour of it. but i think he would question greatly the circumstances behind each persons decision and the influence from the outside world
 
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