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After finishing this book and chewing on it, I realized that M. Scott Peck has a view similar to Emily Dickinson: He believes that death is an ideal space for encountering God. Yes, he has euthanasia in his title, but what hes really calling for is a rejection of secularism that has overtaken the discussion, the policies and the processes of death and dying. Hes trying to reinsert God, spirituality and religiosity into what has become mainly a legal, medical and rational set of choices of the an individuals will. Again, this book is not about the right to die; its really about the need for people to relinquish control and to accept Gods will in their lives--and the act of dying is a place that even the most stubborn control freak is most compelled to acquiese control if all other events in their life prior have failed to convince them of their own limits. If I have a reason for giving this only 3 stars, its because Peck takes us around the block and over hill and dale (setting up key terms and explaining his assumptions) before getting to his major claim. So discussing euthanasia is actually Pecks means and not his end, but he does spend some time (although maybe only 20% of the text) talking about the topic of euthanasia directly or just slightly askew. He calls for a careful balance between prolonging the dying process long enough to encounter God but keeping it free from unnecessary suffering caused either by 1) too much medical intervention when the body wants to die and 2) too little administration of drugs that can help the body and soul relinquish and accept death that is absolutely imminant. Now to explain how he spends more than 200 pages getting to this point and why 80% of the book seems so tangential to euthanasia. Pecks book examines the patch of real estate that at first seems to exist among these three tensions: the trajectory of the body towards decay and death; the power of the medical community to use drugs, surgery and machines to sustain life; and the individuals (or familys) will to choose how to act in response. He then does a TON of work to establish some of his premises about the psyche before foregrounding a fourth tension: the will of God in determinine when and how we die. This I found to be the most interesting and unique aspect of the book, and I was hoping for more case studies / narrative detail of individuals wrestling between those four forces: the body, the medicine, the individuals will and Gods will. However, he ends more with a call to action: People, think about God more in the debates about end of life! asks Peck. I agree. But I would have better enjoyed him leading by example. Nevertheless, it asks some good questions and describes the issues in pretty good detail. I prefer some chapters over others, so let me break it down for those who are interested in how he sets up his argument (which goes on a walk around the block in the middle, IMHO). Ch 1: Pulling the Plug: an overview of the events and challenges of end-of-life.Ch 2: Physical Pain: This was informative to me, since I am not a medical professional, and I have not been close to anyone in the dying process. Ch 3: Emotional Pain: Here he used many examples from his psychiatric practice, including those who suffer from depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. Ch 4: Murder, Suicide and Natural Death: A philosophical definition of terms. I see this as part of his efforts to say what he is not describing. But he has some compassionat descriptions of people dying from these causes as well as identifying some gray areas.Ch 5: Secularism: Here he describes various postures that people can take towards religion, God and spirituality. Ch 6: The Creaturelinss of Humans: Here he describes his terms and formulas for describing the human mind/ego/soul. (And then emphasizes as he does throughout that these things are beyond formula and beyond description). Ch 7: The Learning of Dying. To me this is the CORE of the book: What is God trying to teach us during the process of dying? And why is it such hard work to be a good student to these lessons?Ch 8: Euthanasia: A Typical Case. Here he describes an end-of-life choice that he found totally devoid of God, spirituality and religiousity. Ch 9: Assisted Suicide: Here he talks about some current publications and some case studies of people more involved in end-of-life decisions. I find that he gets a little manic and unfocused. I think he built up to a great solution to the problem, but he concedes that deciding how to act in the face of dying is really still a gray thing, a personal thing, a complex thing to discuss. Hes temped by formulas and guidelines. (Hes an admitted control freak.) But he always caustions against them--even when using them here and there. He doesnt want Easy Answers, but he wants 1) something different than how the medical community can sometimes prolong emotional and physical suffering that occurs in the dying process and 2) something different than the quick decision some people make to take their lives before they get a chance to encounter God and perform some soul-changing psycho-spiritual work that the dying process invites.Ch 10: The Hope of the Euthanasia Debate: The title says it all. He really wants to see people complicate the debate on euthanasia and foreground more the psychological and spiritual growth that can come at end of life. He wants less suffering physically, emotionaly and spiritually. Exactly how this will happen and how this will look is still vague. Here is a key quote from his conclusion:I believe the major underlying disease is the secularism of U.S. society as manifested in its denial of the soul. The greatest hope I can see on the horizon for the healing of this disease lies in the euthanasia debate. If many are willing to think deeply about the issues of the debate, then many will encounter their own souls, often for the first time (232).

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