The Ethics and Politics of Suicide
By Thomas Szasz
Praeger Trade 1999 224 pages. 0-275-96646-1
"Szasz strikes yet another blow
for clarity, dignity, and liberty.
. . "
--Sheldon Richman, Editor
The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty
". . . a genuine contribution
in advancing the current discourse
on matters of profound moment to
--Irving Louis Horowitz
Professor of Sociology & Political
"This is an important book written
with the clariy and unassailable
logic which we have come to associate
with Szasz. It is a work of scholarship
which is immediately accessible
and addresses a major issue in our
society. It must be read!"
--Professor James McCormick,
Trinity College, University of Dublin
Fatal Freedom is an eloquent defense
of every individual's right to choose
a voluntary death. The belief that
we can speak about suicide calmly
and rationally, as is done in this
book, and that we can ultimately accept
suicide as part of the human condition.
This important work asks and points
to clear, intelligent answers to some
of the most significant ethical questions
of our time.
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