My brother Nicholas -- who wrote a couple of posts here a long time ago -- has started his own blog. His second post points out that, relating to matters of life and death:

To have a consistent and sustainable perspective on questions related to the morality of life and death in modern America, one must develop a single, coherent account for at least the following four political issues:

o Capital punishment
o Euthanasia
o Suicide
o Abortion

To those I might also add animal "rights", mainly because there appears to be a strong connection between those who think killing babies in utero is morally neutral and those who think killing animals is evil. More peripherally, the questions of self-defense and the right to carry weapons also relate to life and death.



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