Argumentative Essay on Abortion

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    Introduction The topic of induced abortion has been a long-standing controversial debate in society. This topic has split society into those who believe in the philosophies of pro-life and those who believe in pro-choice. Essentially, supporters of pro-choice believe that the mother’s life surpasses that of the unborn fetus or embryo which is considered “nonhuman” and that “there is a moral obligation to the living” (Medoff, 2013, p.2). Conversely, the pro-life philosophy argues that “life…

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    Abortion Abortion is a very controversial topic. It refers to the termination of pregnancy by removing the fetus from a mother’s womb. Abortion laws are different in each state. Proponents of abortion argue that every woman has the right to abort her pregnancy and a fetus is not a human until it is born. However, people should remember that life begins as soon as the baby is conceived so aborting a fetus means murdering a baby. Church also preaches against abortion and calls it murder. Since…

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    Is Abortion Humane? Is abortion a humane action to take or is it not? There are many debates and arguments over this topic. There have been court cases, rallies, and protests. People tend to have strong opinions on what pulls at their heart. Heart strings are not the only things preventing this argument from being solved. There are plenty of facts to support both sides. It is difficult to pick one side as the “right” side. Both have consistent facts and supporters. Instead of choosing a…

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    abortionists is the topic of abortion being “immoral”. Pro-life supporters talk about the immorality of abortion by saying that it is the murder of babies. On the contrary, abortion is not even remotely close to murder. Murder, by definition, is the act of one human taking away the life of another human. The pregnancy is not a human yet and therefore, cannot be referred to as a human (even abortion doctors refer to the embryo as the pregnancy) which means that abortion is not equal to murder.…

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    Is Abortion Ethical? Since the 1900’s abortion has been one of the topics on the hot seat of debate in our nation. Abortion has been a reoccurring debate where Americans ponder whether or not aborting a fetus is an appropriate moral action. On one hand some people feel that abortion should be legal because a woman has the right to choose what she wants to do with her body. On the other hand, some people believe a fetus has the right to life, making it immoral to get an abortion. Many…

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    "Access to safe abortion is both a fundamental human right and central to women 's health. Where abortion is illegal or inaccessible, the search for abortion humiliates women and undermines their self-respect and dignity." (Project) Abortion is the purposeful termination of a pregnancy. It is a very controversial topic in America, and has been for decades. Many people believe killing a fetus is inhumane. There also are people who believe women have a right to choose their reproduction choices.…

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    affected by abortion. Except in the case of rape or incest, abortion must become illegal. Abortion is the termination of a pregnancy and the death of a fetus. If induced, abortion is equivalent to murder. Abortion can be very harmful to both the mother and, of course, the unborn baby. Abortion is a procedure that kills unborn babies, and usually performed because the mother does not want her child. A pregnancy usually lasts about thirty-nine weeks after the last menstrual cycle (“Abortion”).…

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    have access to abortions. While both pro-choice and pro-life supporters agree they are in disagreement on human life, pro-choice focuses on women’s right to make their own decision in relation to abortion while pro-life is against women having abortions in whole. Should women have the right to do as they wish with their own bodies? How has the medical field handled abortions? Does abortions prevent a child from having a life of suffering?…

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    unreasonable to kill a innocent child, but what about a unborn child? The scary truth is that millions of people believe that killing a child is okay, as long as it hasn’t been born yet. This is called abortion, one of the world’s biggest controversies. Should we make it illegal? Is it right or is it wrong? Abortion is wrong because it denies the pursuit of happiness, discriminates, and is selfish. In many cases, women decide to abort their unborn child, because they don’t want to disappoint…

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    that whether abortion should be legal or not. Some people may think that legal abortion should never be allowed, because abortion is equal to murder. However, what they fail to notice is that how to define murder and how to define fetus. Compared with fetuses which will tend to…

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