On 'The Slippery Slope'

Analysis 34 (5):173 - 176 (1974)
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An argument, Based on the continuity of the gestation process, Which purports to show that the fetus is, From the moment of conception, A bearer of rights, Is criticized. The criticism is then located within a strategy for the defense of abortion

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