Other human rights imply a right to die
Without creating (or acknowledging) a specific right to die, it is possible to argue that other human rights ought to be taken to include this right. The right to life includes the right to die...
...● The right to life is a right to life with a minimum quality and value. (Source)
Would someone please explain what this noun phrase means? I understand these words separately, but not combined. Does it imply that without some quality and under some value, the right to life nullifies itself? Which definition of quality and value apply?