Who said there are no black swans?Not seeing any black swans therefore probably no black swans is a very different thing to falsifying black swans.
I must need glasses! Either that or you posted no direct quotation of any logical fallacy on my part. Your logical fallacy is the classic straw-man fallacy. You are putting words into my posts that are not there.See above.
Let me spell it out for you: I NEVER said that there are no black swans, and I NEVER said there are no cases of euthanasia that can be proved to be ethical! What I HAVE been saying is that I do not know any cases in which it is appropriate to trash any person's life. I am skeptical that any such cases exist.You do realize that black swans are the classic example use for in explaining falsifiability, for how not to jump to conclusion, right?
OK? Please read the red text above especially the bold type until you get it. It's not hard to understand.
Because the worse, death, cannot be undone.But why assume the worse?
You may wish to consult a medical-malpractice attorney for an answer to that question.Professionals are less prone to stupid mistakes than lay people, no?
Well, I've learned to use my head about any medical care, but any euthanasia clinic I would trust no farther than I can toss the headstones of its patrons.Is that distrust specific to euthanasia clinics, or any medical facility?
Maybe I think they'd be "less professional" based on what you've posted on this thread.... why would you imagine those in euthanasia clinics would be act any less professionally than others?
How do you see death? I'm an atheist, and I don't believe in any life but this one. That's why life is so precious. You can't buy it in a thrift store or a rummage sale. I wouldn't throw out a diamond ring, and I wouldn't trash a life.It is the easy way out, that doesn't imply I don't envisage death like you described.