Tag: morality

Assisted Suicide

Joe Magro is 56 years old. He should be getting ready for his retirement. He certainly wants to live life to the full. Yet, it is with the same calm demeanour of the above passage that he informs his interviewer that he is dying. Joe has ALS (remember the “ice bucket challenge”?), a terminal degenerative disease that will slowly, but inevitably, rob him of his ability to move. First to go will be his ability to walk, move his arms or hands and to speak, but eventually he will lose his ability to breathe. Continue reading

How can you be moral?

This link is from the Brights’ website and is a compilation of responses from contributors from across the world who emailed to Brights Central their wording, summarizing what they would personally say in response to the source of morality question.