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this document informs the way of talking about SS, even in the way acceptable to pro-lifers (anti-choice): so that they accept suicide and suicidals even in their ideology
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this document informs the way of talking about SS, even in the way acceptable to pro-lifers (anti-choice): so that they accept ctb and end-of-life even in their ideology
  
 
we speak of end-of-life, ctb and way-of-dying, not suicide. end-of-life disarms malingerers and anti-choice
 
we speak of end-of-life, ctb and way-of-dying, not suicide. end-of-life disarms malingerers and anti-choice
 
<br>explication:
 
<br>explication:
 
<br>when we do not say the s-word, we incept our language. this way, like a cloak, pro-lifers become pro-end-of-life
 
<br>when we do not say the s-word, we incept our language. this way, like a cloak, pro-lifers become pro-end-of-life
<br>why call it ctb: it is a meaningless acronym and so without "bad connotations". by using "ctb", we are able (entitled) to give it whatever meaning, our meaning, and give away
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<br>why call it ctb: it is a meaningless acronym and so without "bad connotations". by using "ctb", we are able (entitled) to give it whatever meaning, our meaning, and get away
 
<br>we are dying since birth (we live in the meantime). and death is the end of the 2 processes
 
<br>we are dying since birth (we live in the meantime). and death is the end of the 2 processes
 
<br>death is inevitable
 
<br>death is inevitable
 
<br>death is sure
 
<br>death is sure
  
we call the terminal dehydration, cyanide, hanging, starvation,...: modality and not method
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<p>we call the terminal dehydration, cyanide, hanging, starvation,...: modality and not method
 
<br>explication:
 
<br>explication:
 
<br>modality: way of doing something (already happening and that happens anyway)
 
<br>modality: way of doing something (already happening and that happens anyway)
 
<br>method: induce something to happen, that otherwise does not happen
 
<br>method: induce something to happen, that otherwise does not happen
  
= religions and end-of-life =
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= religions, secularity and end-of-life =
 
ctb is common and frequent, both in secular and religious world
 
ctb is common and frequent, both in secular and religious world
<br>thorough history, people suicided and prefered it to waning of the body, til prefer for a violent death (see: the Golden Bough of Frazer)
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<br>thorough history, people ended their lives, and preferred it to waning of the body, and preferred violent death (see: the Golden Bough of Frazer)
<br>for who wants entitlements from religion:
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<p>for who wants entitlements from religion:
 
<br>Prayopavesa in Hinduism
 
<br>Prayopavesa in Hinduism
 
<br>Sati in Hinduism
 
<br>Sati in Hinduism
 
<br>Vatakkiruttal in Tamil
 
<br>Vatakkiruttal in Tamil
 
<br>Sallekhana in Jainism
 
<br>Sallekhana in Jainism
<br>Seppuku in Japan
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<br>Seppuku in Japanism
 
<br>Jauhar in Hinduism
 
<br>Jauhar in Hinduism
 
<br>Saka in Hinduism
 
<br>Saka in Hinduism
 
<br>Anumarana in Hinduism
 
<br>Anumarana in Hinduism
 
<br>Sokushinbutsu in Buddhism
 
<br>Sokushinbutsu in Buddhism
<br>Ten Martyrs and Siege of Masada in Judaism
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<br>Ten Martyrs in Judaism
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<br>Self-sacrifice in Jewish law
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<br>Kiddush Hashem in Judaism
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<br>martyrdom in Judaism
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<br>Siege of Masada in Judaism
 
<br>Shahid in Islam
 
<br>Shahid in Islam
 
<br>blue and red martyrdom in christianism
 
<br>blue and red martyrdom in christianism
 
<br>Devotio in Paganism
 
<br>Devotio in Paganism
 
<br>auto-sacrifice
 
<br>auto-sacrifice
<br>Seppuku in Japan
 
 
<br>Agnipravesham in Hinduism
 
<br>Agnipravesham in Hinduism
<br>Jigai in Japan
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<br>Jigai in Japanism
 
<br>Ixtab in Mayan religion
 
<br>Ixtab in Mayan religion
<br>Puputan in Bali
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<br>Puputan in Balinese religion
<br>Junshi in Japan
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<br>Junshi in Japanism
 
<br>Shinjū in Buddhism
 
<br>Shinjū in Buddhism
<br>Kamikaze in Japan
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<br>Kamikaze in Japanism
<br>Banzai charge in Japan
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<br>Banzai charge in Japanism
  
 
== christianism ==
 
== christianism ==
jesus suicided by cop
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<br>Blue (or green) martyrdom involves fasting
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<br>white martyr: ascetism
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<br>wet martyr: a person who has shed blood or been executed for the faith
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<p>jesus chose way-of-the-cop
 
<br>explication:
 
<br>explication:
 
<br>he freely gave himself to have a death-sentence
 
<br>he freely gave himself to have a death-sentence
<br>suicide by cop has an article on wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suicide_by_cop
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<br>ctb by cop has an article on wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suicide_by_cop
 
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<br>he is a wet-red martyr as many others in history
<br>Blue (or green) martyrdom involves fasting. Also along these lines are the terms wet martyr: a person who has shed blood or been executed for the faith
 

Revision as of 11:55, 27 July 2020

this document informs the way of talking about SS, even in the way acceptable to pro-lifers (anti-choice): so that they accept ctb and end-of-life even in their ideology

we speak of end-of-life, ctb and way-of-dying, not suicide. end-of-life disarms malingerers and anti-choice
explication:
when we do not say the s-word, we incept our language. this way, like a cloak, pro-lifers become pro-end-of-life
why call it ctb: it is a meaningless acronym and so without "bad connotations". by using "ctb", we are able (entitled) to give it whatever meaning, our meaning, and get away
we are dying since birth (we live in the meantime). and death is the end of the 2 processes
death is inevitable
death is sure

we call the terminal dehydration, cyanide, hanging, starvation,...: modality and not method
explication:
modality: way of doing something (already happening and that happens anyway)
method: induce something to happen, that otherwise does not happen

religions, secularity and end-of-life

ctb is common and frequent, both in secular and religious world
thorough history, people ended their lives, and preferred it to waning of the body, and preferred violent death (see: the Golden Bough of Frazer)

for who wants entitlements from religion:
Prayopavesa in Hinduism
Sati in Hinduism
Vatakkiruttal in Tamil
Sallekhana in Jainism
Seppuku in Japanism
Jauhar in Hinduism
Saka in Hinduism
Anumarana in Hinduism
Sokushinbutsu in Buddhism
Ten Martyrs in Judaism
Self-sacrifice in Jewish law
Kiddush Hashem in Judaism
martyrdom in Judaism
Siege of Masada in Judaism
Shahid in Islam
blue and red martyrdom in christianism
Devotio in Paganism
auto-sacrifice
Agnipravesham in Hinduism
Jigai in Japanism
Ixtab in Mayan religion
Puputan in Balinese religion
Junshi in Japanism
Shinjū in Buddhism
Kamikaze in Japanism
Banzai charge in Japanism

christianism


Blue (or green) martyrdom involves fasting
white martyr: ascetism
wet martyr: a person who has shed blood or been executed for the faith

jesus chose way-of-the-cop
explication:
he freely gave himself to have a death-sentence
ctb by cop has an article on wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suicide_by_cop
he is a wet-red martyr as many others in history