It has oft been debated whether or not there is justification behind the taking of a human being’s life via the assistance of a physician. This procedure has been reserved for unique situations, but even still, the allowance of this practice has opened a Pandora’s Box; there are innumerable legal and moral . . .
PHL 2321 – Philosophy of Death
I feel that it can be difficult to summarize one’s life, especially when constrained by a two page limit. There are an infinitesimal number of actions, situations, feelings, and experiences which contribute to defining a person and telling their life story. It is nearly impossible to put all of these dynamics . . .