The Evolution of Euthanasia and Its Perceptions in Greek Culture and Civilization

@article{Mystakidou2005TheEO,
  title={The Evolution of Euthanasia and Its Perceptions in Greek Culture and Civilization},
  author={K. Mystakidou and Kyriaki Efi Eleni Emmanuela Lambros Parpa and Kyriaki Tsilika and Kyriaki Efi Eleni Emmanuela Lambros Katsouda and Kyriaki Efi Eleni Emmanuela Lambros Vlahos},
  journal={Perspectives in Biology and Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={48},
  pages={104 - 95}
}
Death has preoccupied humanity since before the dawn of civilization. As a multidimensional and moral problem, the end of life has concerned different civilizations, and different approaches to euthanasia, or "good death," have been developed in each culture. In Greece, there is a long record of the culture's evolving attitudes toward death and euthanasia.A more widespread knowledge of the views and traditions surrounding the act of euthanasia can contribute to a better understanding of the… Expand

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