Why Can’t We Choose How to Die?

The simple question Philosopher Daniel Callcut is addresses in this piece is, if human beings can design how they live, why can they also be allowed by the society to design how they die? Inherent in the question is the point that death would then be more imaginative than the present arrangement which denies that freedom in favour of the complete dictatorship of death as far as when, where, why and how we die. This is not a new piece but an age-old question!

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