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Under certain conditions one the killing will may kill a person who without authori- more common opinion that of an unjust aggressor may be only indirect, in the manner that zation attacks him or another be explained below. ' No party. It is the private individual has authority over the of another person, and therefore to place by his own life authority an act that has as its only immediate end the death of an unjust aggressor, crime. It must be remembered that even though a man makes an attack upon another, he does not if a criminal attacks a forfeit his life to that a grave other person.
All in From gives his War itself is an argument for the value wartime of these facts and wants to loves life man's desire to physical and mental health testifies disease, are all very indicative of is that either he or make most of life, some dear friend obvious that universally man live. this universal desire to live we have a strong argument the direct killing of the innocent, and hence against all against forms of eutha- nasia. An not all today objection might be raised that incurable sufferers.
However, was conceded that per accidens the subject may conceive an action as tifiable in practical action surrounded with all its circumstances while fully admitting the general prohibition. This would hold ation. it jus- in the present consider- '^^ NOTES 1. M. Cronin, The Science of Ethics, moralis. I, nr. II, p. 571; H. Noldin-A. Schmitt, B. Merkelbach, Summa 97; theologicae moralis, Aertnys-C. J. Summa Damen, Theologia theologiae moralis, II, nr. II, nr. 333; 361 -sub. 4; H. Jone-U. Adel- man.
Beneficent Euthanasia by Marvin Kohl