Why Is Marquis's Arguments Of Euthanasia Is Wrong?

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He begins with comparing pro-life and pro-choice arguments, commenting that they are largely similar and have comparable issues. Marquis points out many fallacies both parties fall subject to, such as Feinberg and Quinlan. He also accuses them of making accidental generalizations.
A few pages in, Marquis begins his own analysis on these arguments. His main point is that killing is wrong because it deprives one of their future. He goes on to support this with a few points, one including cancer and AIDS patients fearing their deaths because they know dying is bad for them. The same would go for another species on a different planet, and others on our own. However, he does not believe that euthanasia is wrong, because those that opt for this usually
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