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Legalisation of Assisted Suicide

Legalisation of Assisted Suicide

John Hayward, June 2010 The arguments for legalising assisted suicide and euthanasia are in the process of imperceptibly changing from a duty of compassion towards the suffering, into the right of self-destruction for the hopeless. They are predicated on a potent individualistic delusion of isolated autonomous choice, a refusal to acknowledge the reality of our […]

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Family Networks by Michael Schluter

Family Networks by Michael Schluter

  Many people recognise the central importance of the family as the foundation for building a more caring and concerned Britain. However, few have identified the vital role of the ‘family network’ – that wider group of relatives who interact with us and also with one another. The cornflakes packet family, of two parents and […]

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