W2 has hundreds of unhyphenated entries beginning non, from nonabandonment
to nonzoological; W3 likewise has many unhyphenated entries, from nonability to nonzero.
For example, in an abandonment case about oysters, the fact that the oysters were surrounded by stakes should have signaled their nonabandonment
to the fisherman who took them.
They begin to explore the reasons behind the request, intensify efforts to relieve pain and suffering, consult specialists for relief of psychological or spiritual suffering, commit to nonabandonment
, and seek mutually acceptable solutions for the patient's suffering (Schwarz, 2014).
The strict nonparticipation option they discuss is very hard to explain in terms of the ethical tension between autonomy and good dying because the promise of steadfast presence and nonabandonment
is a core tenet of the hospice philosophy of the good.
Thiessen's volume, on God's nonabandonment
of Israel, works meticulously through chapters nine to eleven of Romans; the relation of "believing heathens" to the New Covenant, which is addressed basically to Israel rather than to them; the promised Reign of God; and the 1,000-year kingdom of Revelation.
Certainly, simple duty alone requires the nonabandonment
in her hour of need of the one who gave birth to and raised you.
corollary to the assumption of nonabandonment
and has been applied
Part one contains the primary case for assisted suicide, based on the principles of mercy, autonomy, and nonabandonment
. Part two addresses some of the "big picture" issues around the end of life, from clinical, philosophical, and religious perspectives.
This calls for the application of the law of finds.'" (153) Some courts, however, are unwilling to apply this recent trend or to dispense with the "nonabandonment
fiction"--which holds that ships are never abandoned--unless more evidence exists than mere passage of time.
For example, the value of nonabandonment
implies certain enduring commitments to patients and families.
Doctors must therefore be constantly attentive if they are to act in the best interest of the patient and be trustworthy in fulfilling critical commitments to care at the end of life-attending to pain and suffering, nonabandonment
, and communicating with patients and families in ways that truly enable informed decision-making and uphold personal autonomy.
: An Old Obligation Revisited," Annals of Internal Medicine 122, no.