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Josly Villar ESL 101 David shnaiderman July 17 2000 Pro-life side of abortion Abortion is defined as the induced termination of pregnancy and expulsion of an embryo or fetus that is incapable of survival Abortion can be either a spontaneous abortion miscarriage or a medically induced termination of pregnancy The sides of abortion are the pro-life which is the side against abortion and pro-choice which is the side that supports it This issue should be illegal except in cases of rape and danger to the mother cause the unborn person should have the rights to live and to have the same opportunities as anybody else even though if it doesnt have the love from the mother it should be give up for adoption There should be more education on how to prevent it from happening from school support groups and from the department of education as Robert francoeur says in his book tanking sides The pro-life side argues that a fetus is a person and should have the right to live But what does all this visualization of the fetus tell us about the issue of fetal person hood If the fetus looks human is it necessarily human Ethics and philosopher Joseph Fletcher warns that the powerful visual images of the fetus in the uterus seduce many into a proleptic fallacy that is in their anticipation of the future birth they describe the fetus as a person and attribute person hood to it as if it had already been born To understand why abortion should be illegal there has to be an overview to the ethical question of abortion and the value of a human life Also the different aspects and opinions on these issues those aspects are Its history What does the bible have to say in this issue the doctors point of view and should he know when does a life becomes a human life a womans point
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