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Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Infant Euthanasia Creeps Into Acceptability

Posted at Hyscience:

Infant Euthanasia Creeps Into Acceptability.

What is with these so-called "bioethicists" and their disdain for human life? According to Peter Singer, a bioethics professor at Princeton University, "Newborn human babies have no sense of their own existence over time." Hence, they're disposable.

- NRO by Kathryn Jean Lopez

Killing a defective infant is not morally equivalent to killing a person. Sometimes it is not wrong at all."

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3 Comments:

  • Singer has slowly but surely been trying to convince society that killing fetuses, newborns and those suffering from dementia is a moral duty. Practical Ethics, first published in 1979, has been used by him and others for advocating his utilitarian principles throughout the world. BUT, he doesn’t adhere to this principle when it comes to his mother. Suffering from severe Alzheimer’s and reaching the point in her life where she could no longer reason; therefore no longer qualifying as a person by HIS standards, she should have been killed. BUT Singer and his sister brought in a team of aids to look after their mom. If he can't follow his own rules maybe he needs to change his supposition. His kind never fell to nauseate me,,,do unto to others but leave me and mine alone,,,do as I say, not as I do,,,

    By Anonymous Dee, at 6:25 PM  

  • So a childs heartbeat is different than a grown mans heartbeat. Funny I thought they were the same. And a childs human body is differnt than a grown mans body. This is just insain, I cant believe that mankind is stooping so low.

    GCD8348

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:19 PM  

  • THIS FOLLOWS THE SAME LOGIC AS THE TERRY SCHAIVO CASE. IN BOTH CASES THE PRESERVATION OF LIFE IS BEING WEIGHED MORE THAN THE QUALITY OF LIFE. I AGREE WITH THE JUDGES

    DW7448

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:45 PM  

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