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New Oxford Notes: December 2012

Rushing Death

The elderly and the under-pressure organ donor have reason to distrust the falsely compassionate, as advocates of legalized euthanasia threaten to undermine the foundation of medical care as we've known it.

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Solitude's Strange Allure

Postmodern man's preference for isolation signifies his alienation from his true nature and a general ambivalence about his ultimate end in communion with God.

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