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CONTINUING THE DEFINITION OF DEATH DEBATE: THE REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL ON BIOETHICS ON CONTROVERSIES IN THE DETERMINATION OF DEATH
WHEN CONCRETIZED EMOTION-BELIEF COMPLEXES DERAIL DECISION-MAKING CAPACITY