Euthanasia. The right to live

To be able to speak from Right to the Life and the Euthanasia, first would have to be defined at least the two notions: Euthanasia and Right to the Life, for first o'clock are definitions like those that we will see next :

An use normatizado: "Death without physical" suffering or "the one that are caused voluntarily."
Another use is Fáctico "death without pain" or "death in state of grace."
Or that of "Fight against the suffering to any price."
Suppression of the life in an incurable sick person, be own on demand or of your family, the physician or the state; decision of abstaining of extraordinary, considered means disproportioned in the end stage.
Before this discrepancy of meanings, you are to see the history of the word, looking at the meanings that he/she have had throughout the time:

In the Greco-Roman world it is to "die good", to die well, the one that have died well. But these three terms have received diverse meanings throughout the history, let us look at the fact first of having a to "die good" (without pain):

In the Greco-Roman world, ésto means dying well, without pain, you don't keep in mind the help when dying. Cicero gives meaning to the word like worthy, honest and glorious" "death.

In the Greek History, Hippocrates in your oath affirm that you won't give mortal medicine no matter how much they request it to him. Plato, says the opposite in the republic: You will allow to die to those who are not healthy of body."

In the Romans, the practice is multiple: Death without pain fearing confronting the suffering and the own destruction consciously.

The Stoic ones, come this way the Euthanasia: Séneca: You are "preferable to take off the life, to an unconscious life and with suffering." Epícteto preaches the death like a statement of the free will.

Nowadays it is considered to the life like an inalienable right, when opting for the euthanasia, I am giving my freedom and at the same time putting an end to her.

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