The edifice of public support for euthanasia is built on a lie, that people know what they might want in the face of dying. The truth is almost all of us don’t, especially in a culture where there is a marked taboo around death.
Our inability to consider broader risks in the wake of the pandemic highlights our aversion to even consider facing our mortality.
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