Tag Archives: End of Life

Physicians Aren’t Supposed to Kill their Patients

With the California legislature currently debating the legalization of physician assisted suicide, it’s significant that today’s Los Angeles Times profiles Dr. Ira Byock, the author of a number of books on end of life issues including Dying Well and The … Continue reading

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Alive Inside

Over the weekend I attended a screening of the documentary Alive Inside, which won the Audience Award at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. It’s easy to see why it won the award—it is a very well made documentary that engages … Continue reading

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Amour

Scriptwriter and script consultant Barbara Nicolosi reviews the Oscar-nominated French Film Amour, finding it “a dark, draggy, lie.” The journey of the movie is to drag us from our first moral impulse that this is a crime scene, to the … Continue reading

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Exposing Euthanasia through the Arts

By Matthew Eppinette, CBC New Media Manager A terrific piece from the always insightful Barbara Nicolosi, currently executive director of the Galileo Forum at Azusa Pacific University. Money quote: Our response to the mercy-killing machine must be more than an … Continue reading

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