Explain what Goldman means, how he supports this claim, and how it functions in his refutation of medical paternalism.

Topic:In his argument against medical paternalism, Alan Goldman claims thatwe cannot assume that the patient values health and/or prolonged lifeabove all else. In Goldman’s terms, we cannot assume “that health orprolonged life must take absolute priority in the patient’s valueorderings.” (p. 124) Explain what Goldman means, how he supports thisclaim, and how it functions in his refutation of medical paternalism.Then give your evaluation of Goldman’s claim. Is he right or wrong thatwe cannot assume health and/or prolonged life to be top priorities? Whatare your reasons for thinking so?
The following general points apply:
Your essay should logically support your conclusion.Your essay should take into account possible objections or alternative points of view.Your essay should demonstrate knowledge of the relevant arguments and points of view from our course readings.Thegrade will take into account the rational coherence of your argument,the clarity with which you express the argument, and the level ofunderstanding you show with regard to your topic.