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Euthanasia is the act of ending one’s life in order to avoid substantial pain or suffering. From a teleological point of view, one’s morality should be defined by one’s summum bonum better known as an end goal. Some people use euthanasia in order to end suffering. Teleology states that if the actions the person takes are in cohesion with their end goal of life, and then by all means it is ethical to commit euthanasia.

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Audrey Dussault Ethics Blog Post Gabriel Flacks Due February 4, 2015   Liver Transplant Ethical Dilemma  

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Each second, 9 abortions are practised all over the world, that is to say 43,8 millions every year. In 2008, 42% of those operations were practised in EU, and Spain is the country which registers the 5th highest number of VIP (voluntary interruption of pregnancy) behind France, UK, Romania and Germany.

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/apr/29/bangladesh-factory-tragedy-sweatshop-economics

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