The fetal position: a rational approach to the abortion debate

Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books (2010)
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Abstract

Philosophy to the rescue -- What is the soul? -- Life begins at conception. So what? -- Abnormal human development -- Responsibility -- The potentiality argument -- The golden rule argument against abortion -- Rights of the pregnant woman -- Consequences -- Virtue ethics and conclusion.

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