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Are there any moral reasons why a person who finds life unsatisfactory should not choose death? One approach to answering this question would be to consider the communal obligations people have. Sometimes we have obligations which could not be fulfilled if we were to choose death. However, it is not difficult to imagine cases in which obligations to the community are minimal or are unlikely to be capable of fulfillment or possibly even more likely to be fulfilled by death. Furthermore, the choice of death may on occasion be beneficial either to the individual or the community. …
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