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    Defense of Abortion In the article a Defense of Abortion, they convey both sides as if a fetus is a human being when conceived, or it is not a human being. Many spend time trying to figure out if the fetus is a human being, others say that a fetus isn’t when first conceived. They are many circumstances to abortion, is it right to kill a fetus if you have been raped? These are the arguments that most people argue about, to try and difference between what is immorally wrong. They say that all…

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    Roe V. Wade Research Paper

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    There has been a long battle fought over centuries. Religions and choices have clashed and battled for supremacy. Laws were made and passed. The termination of pregnancy before the fetus is viable, or abortion is legal. Not only does a woman have the right to decide the state of her body but, certain circumstances make abortion the only viable option. Legal terminations are safer and cause less harm, nonetheless others say abortion is murder. Ultimately it is a woman’s legal right on…

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    Grass Roots Abortion Abortion has been involved in multiple accounts of controversial arguments. It is defined in which the developing fetus is killed by the choice of the mother bearing the child. Women of the fetuses have reasons to why their decision of removing the fetus from their belly, such as the protection of Women 's Rights, the medical risk of the mother 's life, and to prevent severe disorders of the child 's life . Women 's Rights correlates to every individuals, including males.…

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    or 'true member of the moral community'. But it does not mean that the fetus is a person, and it is persons with rights, essentially, the right to life. (433). Warren sets forth with her argument by defining the moral community. for a person to…

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    Abortion Debate

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    conception? At birth? Somewhere in between? It’s a difficult question to answer, but many have tried to define a line. Although a fetus does have some rights, I believe the fetus and embryo should have nearly complete protection and the development of their senses should be taken into consideration when debating this topic. Between conception and 20-24 weeks, a fetus has little to no rights separate from the mother, depending on which state the abortion occurs in. An embryo is…

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    Abortion Abortion is the intention termination of a human pregnancy followed by the death of the embryo or fetus. Some people said that the fertilized egg or the fetus is not a person until after birth, but other people argue that the unborn child is person from the moment of conception. R. M. Hare argues that abortion is impermissible but not because the embryo is human, he said that because each of us wants to live not aborted. He gave an example in the past time and he said that suppose if…

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    Abortion” Judith Thomson argues, a fetus does not have the right to life or the ability to use someone else’s body. She explains the different between Good Samaritan and Minimally Decent Samaritan My objection is that Thomson’s experiment is not realistic, a person has to follow the responsibilities of their actions, and a parent has an obligation to care for their child, and counts as a Minimally Decent Samaritan. Thomson arguments against my objections would be the fetus’ rights are not…

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    Judith Thomson argues, a fetus does not have the right to life or the ability to use someone else’s body. She explains the differences between Good Samaritan and Minimally Decent Samaritan. My objection is that Thomson’s experiment is not realistic, a person has to follow the responsibilities originated from their behavior, and a parent has a commitment to care for their child, and counts as a Minimally Decent Samaritan. Thomson arguments against my criticism would be; the fetus’ rights are not…

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    abortion, society tends to argue over the issue itself, overlooking the numerous factors taking in effect to conjure the topic. One of the elements of abortion that must be taken into consideration is personhood. The distinction between whether a fetus is a person, formulates the conflict presented when arguing personhood; furthermore, making this distinction is vital in order to conclude the morality of abortion. One side of the spectrum depicts abortion as moral by the fetus’s lack of…

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    Maternal Rights Case Study

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    2. In the Maternal Rights Approach, the mother is the only patient and the fetus is not considered a patient, separate from the mother, until after delivery. Therefore, from the medical indications standpoint, the clinical circumstances (risks/benefits) of the mother take precedence over the fetus. From the topic of patient preferences, the emphasis is on “the primacy of the pregnant woman’s right to control what happens to her body.” (OBGYN Risk Research Group, 2009). Any interest in fetal…

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