ember 2017 Cholbi examines many arguments that suicide is always morally impermissible, and that it can be impermissible in some situations. According to Cholbi, suicide is self-killing, but killing oneself does not entail that a suicide has occurred. He defines suicide as an intentional self-killing. “When a person’s act is suicidal if and only if the person believed that the act, would make her death likely and she engaged in the behavior to intentionally bring about her death.” Like death, it can be intentional but it is not intended, according to Cholbi, a person can intentionally kill themselves yet not intend that they die. He states that “A person’s self-killing is intentional just in case her death has her rational endorsement in the circumstances in which she acts so as to bring about her death.” Some behaviors that we define as “suicidal” don’t result in a person being killed. Cholbi states that the “adequate” definition of suicide must allow us to understand not only suicidal deaths but also other suicidal leading behaviors. Suicide occurs with actions of a person intentionally killing themselves, he refers to all suicidal acts as suicide. The main point he is trying to address is that suicide is intentional self-killing, the intention of an action is what you are trying to accomplish, what you really desire. He explains that intuition in “Foxhole Jumper,” was an action of suicide. The foxhole jumper is a soldier who throws himself on a live grenade in order to save the lives of his friends of his unit. Before he jumps, the Foxhole Jumper is aware of the consequences of his action, which is death, but he does it anyway because he also understands that if he does not jump then the others will be killed in the explosion rather than just him. Therefore, Cholbi thinks that the action of the foxhole jumper was an action of suicide. Although the soldier did not intend it or wish to die, his death was intentional because of he knew what was going to happen if he jumped in front of the explosion and was aware of the consequences. “He jumped on the grenade despite this danger. In essence, Foxhole Jumper endorses his own death, neither as a means nor as an end, but as a foreseeable result of the act, he chooses as a means: a death that has his rational approval,”(page 27) cholbi states by trying to prove it was an action of suicide.It incorrectly implies that a soldier who dies on an extremely risky mission, say, ferret out a snipper commits suicide, but it is not, therefore, Cholbi’s is wrong. We can’t understand the mental state that ran through Foxhole Jumper’s mind before he makes the decision of jumping. He had about 3-5 seconds to think before the grenade went off and from that small amount of time, it is not a good amount of time to evaluate and look at the consequences of jumping. Foxhole Jumper does not intend his death, it was the first instinct to jump in front of the grenade to save his people, so it cannot be a suicide because he did not intend to die. Since Cholbi wants to call Foxhole Jumper actions a ” suicide,” then the death has to be intentional but unintended. What you do intentionally is what one calls non-accidental. Non-accidental outcomes are what you do intentionally. He desires to save his unit members’ lives, he cares for them; therefore he wants to save them even though it will cost him his life. The sniper in “Full Metal Jacket, ” wasn’t suicide because the soldier endorsed his death as a likely risk and was aware of the consequences. The two are an implication that Cholbi’s definition of suicide is wrong because they are differences between the two and it is in the degree of certainty of death. Trying to get the sniper in “Full Metal Jacket” was not suicide and neither was the foxhole jumper, they both endorsed their death as a likely risk because of little time. Cholbi can come in defense to his theory by saying it depends on the mental state of each individual, say the soldier was depressed and seeing the grenade was a good excuse of intended suicide and was an instinct of killing himself because how depressed he was, but one can not be sure about that.