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La dignité humaine, un consensus?

Isabelle Marin
Esprit
No. 169 (2) (Février 1991), pp. 97-101
Published by: Editions Esprit
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24275026
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La dignité humaine, un consensus?
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Abstract

Un médecin s'interroge ici sur le recours universel et spontané à l'idée de dignité humaine. Quels sont les ressorts de la dignité lorsqu'on défend l'euthanasie au nom du « droit à mourir dans la dignité »? A quelle conception de la dignité humaine répond pour sa part le mouvement d'accompagnement des mourants?

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