Abortion

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Philosophy

 

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Gordon E

 

Date added:

August 9, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The victim at any time could reach around and unplug himself from the violinist, but knowing that the result would seal the fate of the violinist in immanent death ? the death of an innocent which is generally considered murder. Both Thomson and Warren agree on the conclusion that in this specific case it would not be a moral obligation stay connected, and in doing so would be going above and beyond what would be expected...
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This is due to the argument that the victim had no prior obligation to keep the violinist alive, setting no previous precedent for moral obligation, so why should there be one now or at a later date. Warren argues that this analogy will only hold in the case of rape or possible death of the mother, but in no other case...
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