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    A Defense of Abortion

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    A Defense of Abortion In her argument on abortion, Judith Thomson discusses some major points about abortion. She deals with extreme cases and those extreme cases help us to realize a single perspective of abortion. For example, she talks about the violinist attached to you. In that example, you keep everything constant and focus on a single point, violinist being dead if you unattached him. This way of thinking would provide partial answers. That is, in real life moral issues are combined

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    First, it is obvious that Natural Law is solely based on humans, since we have the capability of being moral agents. Also it is evident that morality isn 't based on opinions alone, therefore, allowing nature to fill in the blanks to the unanswered

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    Perspectives on Abortion

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    For many years, the morality of abortion has been questioned by two perspectives: pro-choice and pro-life. While modern culture explains that abortion is a woman’s free choice if she does not want the unborn baby, the Catholic Church teaches the world that from the moment of conception there is a child with a soul within the womb, and to abort it would be to murder an innocent being. In the year March 1970, a woman dubbed Jane Roe took federal action against Texas abortion laws. These laws prevented

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    Abortions Should Remain Legal

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    life of their babies by doing abortion. Currently having babies in young age, indulging sexual acts without reflection, responsibility and legalities are available and interpreted quite normal. What is abortion? Abortion is a procedure of ending pregnancy with medical interference . This issue has begun in the European countries. In course of time it has been observed in Asia too, including Muslim countries, although in Muslim countries such as Iran, Iraq doing abortion is considered as “kharam” which

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    for speakers to ‘enter or remain on a public way or sidewalk’ within 35 feet of an entrance, exit, or driveway of ‘a reproductive health care facility.’ The law applies only at abortion clinics…In effect, the law restricts the speech of only those who wish to use public areas near abortion clinics to speak about abortion from a different point of view” (American Bar Association). This decision in the case has called for it to be heard again by the U.S. Supreme court as it is now a question of (1)

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    Works Cited     What about abortion? Is it a matter of private morality, like deciding which church you're going to attend, or is it a matter of public morality - a matter of civil rights? If there's a victim involved, it's a civil rights issue. Is there a victim involved in abortion? There are many who say that there is not, that the preborn child is just a mass of tissue, a part of the woman's body. If this were the case, then no one would have any reason to oppose abortion any more than they would

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    Women Must be Free to Choose Abortion There comes a time in the lives of most women when an ovum, fertilized with sperm, will implant itself into her uterine wall.  This is nature's first step in its attempt to continue the human race.  Currently, when this implantation occurs, the impregnated woman has the right to allow the embryo to nourish itself into existence or to eliminate all chances of that embryo attaining life through abortion.  Every species of plant and animal on earth

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    Abortion Is Not Strictly the Woman's Private Matter When it is said that abortion is just a woman's issue, we forget that there are two people involved in creating a child. Fathers are continually overlooked and disregarded in situations involving abortion. Many would say that a father is not affected by the woman's choice to have an abortion. Legally, fathers are responsible for providing prenatal support for their preborn child, but have no legal rights if the mother decides to terminate

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    Debate of Life

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    On average, about 1.21 million abortions are executed annually from unintended pregnancies. Many people believe that a woman should have the choice to abort the life that she created. But they do not take into consideration that the word unintended essentially means accidental. Most people do not look ahead before they do something. Why should a baby’s choice of life be taken away when they did not have the choice to be created. It wasn’t their mistake that they were created. Once life is established

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    The Controversial Issue of Abortion Abortion is a very controversial issue in society today. Some people think that abortion is a good idea to solve problems and that it is justified yet the Catholic Church would argue this is not the case and that abortion is wrong. There are some very strong arguments both for and against abortion. There are two methods of abortion: 1) The Suction Method: This is used for early abortions up to 12 weeks after conception. This is where a sectional

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