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The Liverpool Care Pathway was infamous in recent times as a method of speeding up death in particular for elderly people by denying them hydration. [6] It was replaced by National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) which has a clause

The Liverpool Care Pathway was infamous in recent times as a method of speeding up death in particular for elderly people by denying them hydration. [6] It was replaced by National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) which has a clause stating "Consider whether to continue, reduce or stop clinically assisted hydration as the person nears death" [7] and has been criticised as being "worse than Liverpool Care Pathway" in tabloids. [8]

Ancient philosophical thoughts varied greatly in this respect. Plato bifurcates suicide in Laws : although killing oneself out of grief, misfortune, or state injunction is acceptable, to commit suicide “owing to sloth and unmanly cowardice” requires purification rituals and demands that the body be buried without an epitaph. [9]

Aristotle viewed suicide as an unjust act: “when a man in violation of the law harms another (otherwise than in retaliation) voluntarily, he acts unjustly.” [10] Thus, for a man to harm himself, Aristotle reasons, is an unjust act.

(Volume 1) Haruaki Abe is the kind of guy who wouldn't say boo to a goose. But when he starts his teaching career at a high school full of creatures that go bump in the night, he soon discovers that his students have no such qualms, and they'll have him screaming 'eeeeeeek'!

© 2018 - Discount Comic Book Service (DCBS). All images © respective owners and used with permission. Design by Hobart Design .

LETHE was the underworld river of oblivion and its goddess. The shades of the dead drank of its waters to forget their mortal lives. According to some it formed the border between gloomy Haides and the paradise realm of Elysion (Elysium). The other four rivers of the underworld were the Styx , Akheron (Acheron) , Pyriphlegethon and Kokytos (Cocytus) .

LETHE (Lêthê), the personification of oblivion, is called by Hesiod ( Theog. 227) a daughter of Eris. A river in the lower world likewise bore the name of Lethe.

Orphic Hymn 85 to Hypnus (trans. Taylor) (Greek hymns C3rd B.C. to 2nd A.D.) :
"Thanatos (Death), and Lethe (Forgetfulness) with oblivious stream, mankind thy [Hypnos' (Sleep's)] genuine brothers justly deem."

The Liverpool Care Pathway was infamous in recent times as a method of speeding up death in particular for elderly people by denying them hydration. [6] It was replaced by National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) which has a clause stating "Consider whether to continue, reduce or stop clinically assisted hydration as the person nears death" [7] and has been criticised as being "worse than Liverpool Care Pathway" in tabloids. [8]

Ancient philosophical thoughts varied greatly in this respect. Plato bifurcates suicide in Laws : although killing oneself out of grief, misfortune, or state injunction is acceptable, to commit suicide “owing to sloth and unmanly cowardice” requires purification rituals and demands that the body be buried without an epitaph. [9]

Aristotle viewed suicide as an unjust act: “when a man in violation of the law harms another (otherwise than in retaliation) voluntarily, he acts unjustly.” [10] Thus, for a man to harm himself, Aristotle reasons, is an unjust act.

(Volume 1) Haruaki Abe is the kind of guy who wouldn't say boo to a goose. But when he starts his teaching career at a high school full of creatures that go bump in the night, he soon discovers that his students have no such qualms, and they'll have him screaming 'eeeeeeek'!

© 2018 - Discount Comic Book Service (DCBS). All images © respective owners and used with permission. Design by Hobart Design .

The Liverpool Care Pathway was infamous in recent times as a method of speeding up death in particular for elderly people by denying them hydration. [6] It was replaced by National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) which has a clause stating "Consider whether to continue, reduce or stop clinically assisted hydration as the person nears death" [7] and has been criticised as being "worse than Liverpool Care Pathway" in tabloids. [8]

Ancient philosophical thoughts varied greatly in this respect. Plato bifurcates suicide in Laws : although killing oneself out of grief, misfortune, or state injunction is acceptable, to commit suicide “owing to sloth and unmanly cowardice” requires purification rituals and demands that the body be buried without an epitaph. [9]

Aristotle viewed suicide as an unjust act: “when a man in violation of the law harms another (otherwise than in retaliation) voluntarily, he acts unjustly.” [10] Thus, for a man to harm himself, Aristotle reasons, is an unjust act.

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