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To deny an individual the ability to commit suicide is to deny that they own themselves. It means that other people have a higher claim on the individual's life than the individual has.
Many suicides aren't rational decisions they're the result of untreated mental illnesses, ignorance of social support or physical disabilities.
Because it is an irreversible choice, thorough psychological evaluations should take place beforehand to ensure it is a conscious and well thought out choice
But that would require something resembling an application process and you can't force people to undergo psychological evaluation.
We can make it conditional to obtain something, like :
We can give you access to this awesome new drug that make you live a last 24hour bliss state, before killing you, and you will not worry at all about your death in this cosmically and philosophical bliss, but first we have some questions.
Would health insurance start using above premise to start incentivising more people to end their life to save on costly end of life care?
Would this end life insurance policies as we know them?
As suicides would largely go through the new kinder system most insurance schemes could simply have a clause that invalidates the policy if someone applies.