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How is Selzez a Philosopher as well as a Doctor Abortion is a tremendous issue in our society today As well as the article Abortion by Selzer I have also read Mortal Lessons a book he had also written Selzer is an author who wrote in order to describe unsparingly the surgeons art opening up the body to view one part at a time The article Abortion classifies him as a doctor but the way in which he writes makes him a philosopher as well Selzer not only writes about the physical aspects of surgery but also the emotional and psychological sides that agree with it In the essay Abortion Selzer took presence during an abortion procedure I am present because I asked to be present I wanted to see what I have never seen p 280 What he had never seen before was something that shocked and amazed him He though he saw the fetus struggling against the needle 281 trying to get away from it He observed that the needle inside the womans stomach was moving and believed that to be the fetus fighting against what it instinctively knew as death These observations in my eyes make him a philosopher He not only thinks about the woman having the abortion but also the fetus that is being aborted He links the physical act with emotions and psychological aspects which make him think differently than other surgeons To have an abortion at all I personally do not agree with However there are certain extents in which I think are right to have an abortion such as being rapped It is true that after anyone is violated in that way no one is going to want to carry around a rapists baby to remind you of how you were abused This is one way that I think is acceptable to have an abortion To have an abortion because you are not responsible enough
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