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My subject is abortion and I am going to take a stand that abortion is always wrong because it is always wrong to intend the death of an innocent person To intend the death of an innocent person is the same as murder We all accept the fact that murder is wrong Therefore abortion is murder and thus abortion is wrong If abortion is necessary to save the life of the mother then abortion in this case is morally right because you will not be intending the death of an innocent person You will be in fact intending the death of a guilty person That is a person guilty of endangering this life of another In this case the abortion would be considered self-defense which is acceptable even in murder cases It will not be murder it would be self-defense Also in the case of a cancerous uterus if the doctor intends to remove the cancer from a pregnant womans body then it is morally right It is only by double-effect that a person would die My next argument is Is an embryo or fetus a person I say that we do indeed have a person from the moment of conception Anything that has the potential to become a person then that thing is a person A wart does not have the potential to become a person A rock does not have the potential to become a person I use quotes around this person because this represents the person we all know the definite definition to A zygote does not have the potential to become a person but it is in fact a person already at conception There is no need to show presence of a heartbeat a nervous system or a likeness of species We all know that a zygote that is allowed to go its term is indeed a person There is no point along the way that it all of a sudden
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