this is a constructed scenario. The proposed solution of free choice suits this scenario perfectly. however, there are other scenarios to which free choice may not be the correct solution for a society. for example, there is a financial benefit to a family who is caring for someone who is sick where their death becomes cheaper than continued care, once you factor in funeral expenses, loss of income from their death and such. in such a society, it is possible that family or doctors will attempt to convince the patient that their death is financially preferable to their continued life. in that scenario, the same free choice society becomes a situation where someone can be bullied into their own demise.

this is a constructed scenario.

The proposed solution of free choice suits this scenario perfectly.

however, there are other scenarios to which free choice may not be the correct solution for a society.

for example, there is a financial benefit to a family who is caring for someone who is sick where their death becomes cheaper than continued care, once you factor in funeral expenses, loss of income from their death and such.

in such a society, it is possible that family or doctors will attempt to convince the patient that their death is financially preferable to their continued life.

in that scenario, the same free choice society becomes a situation where someone can be bullied into their own demise.

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