The Case for Medical Aid in Dying: Part 3

In parts 1 and 2 of this series,1,2 I examined arguments by opponents of MAID based on beliefs that the practice is categorically wrong, followed by arguments asserting unacceptably harmful consequences that might follow MAID. In both cases, I maintained that these arguments are unpersuasive. In this final article, I will examine a type of argument that has played a prominent role in this debate: the slippery slope.

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