In Washington v. Glucksberg the Supreme Court addressed whether or not a state’s assisted suicide ban was constitutional. In deciding the case, the court noted that in the more than 200 years of the country’s existence courts never recognized the existence of a constitutional right to kill oneself, and that fundamental rights must be deeply rooted in the nation’s history and tradition. Which of the following jurisprudential schools of thought is reflected in the Court’s assertion?
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