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GenuineLiar
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Should willing one's body parts be legal?

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Started: 1/22/2016 Category: Economics
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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sugrem

Pro

One should be able to increase the value of one's estate by willing ownership of one's body and all its parts to one's heir(s). Many people will have nothing else to leave and their anxiety for the welfare of their heir(s) could be eased by leaving their body to be sold for the benefit of their heir(s).
GenuineLiar

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Alright sweetie-pie, here's the thing. It is illegal to sell body parts in most countries so this wouldn't help anyone.

On top of that, are you unaware of the fact that it's usually the family who decides how to dispose of the body for the ceremony that's usually either a cremation or burial?

This is a waste of legislature that need not be passed, it benefits basically noone...

Oh wait, that's right. This is actually nothing more than an added motive to murder someone close to you and forge their will if you need a transplant.
Debate Round No. 1
sugrem

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GenuineLiar

Con

I win, thanks.
Debate Round No. 2
sugrem

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GenuineLiar

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