Why Abortion Is Immoral

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Philosophy

 

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John F

 

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September 28, 2015

 

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University

 

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In 1973 in the case Roe vs. Wade, the Supreme Court ruled that the laws outlawing abortion violated women’s rights to privacy. He then implies that the legal status of abortion could possibly change in the near future. Marquis believes that the crucial moral question about abortion is “Do we have the same reasons not to kill a fetus that we have not to kill an adult?” He believes it’s wrong because it deprives them of their future...
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According to Marquis, abortion is seriously immoral with rare exceptions. Professor Marquis starts off the main body of his essay by dissecting the major arguments for the pros and cons of abortion. He basically simplifies the arguments down to the fact that Anti-abortionist tend to believe that fetuses are people so abortion is murder and pro-choicer views tend to rely on the idea that fetuses are not people and abortion is not a wrongful killing...
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