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Ruminations of the Ancients

Classical philosophy, Socrates and stuff, has occasionally had the reputation of being rather dry. But could it actually have the power to get to the heart of our feelings about death and dying? There are many studies that go far … Continue reading

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Exit sponsorship author appointed to Parliamentary committee on euthanasia

Yesterday it was revealed that Alison Britton has been appointed as the adviser to the Scottish Parliament’s committee on assisted dying. Not, as the opponents of reform suggested, because she is supposedly favourable towards the idea, but because it introduces … Continue reading

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