In this article we will reflect on Wilson’s decision to let himself die and refuse any medical treatment in light of the advanced state of his cancer. This decision is pondered from both the deontological ethics of Kant and from the ethical consequentialism, as an erroneous decision. Finally, within the fictional context of the series, this is expressed as a dialogue in line with the recently approved Dignified Death Law, in force in Argentina as of this year.
Key words: Ethics | Euthanasia | Dignified death
This article is, for the time being, only available in Spanish: La muerte digna: diálogos entre la ética, la ley, la situación