End of Life Choices

The University of Divinity’s Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy is hosting a conversation on voluntary euthanasia and assisted suicide. The subject is timely, the details are below:Euthanasia-Conversation 2017.jpg

On a related note, readers here may be interested to know that I have an article coming out on this subject soon. I’ll post details about that when the piece is published.

2 thoughts on “End of Life Choices

  1. Peter Singer, the man who’d happily rid the world of any humans he doesn’t consider worth having? Hmm. Hope there’s someone to rebut his totalitarian ideas. Is Somerville still opposed to euthanasia?

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