Abortion : The Moral And Legal Status Of Abortion Essay

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Abortion There are many different views on abortion weather it is right or wrong. Many people have their opinions and views on this topic. Throughout this paper, I will deconstruct Mary Anne Warren 's view on abortion, dealing with her thoughts on the moral and legal status of abortion. As well as Don Marquis argument that abortion is wrong, because in my opinion abortion is wrong but it depends on the situation which well be discussed during this essay. Though the question is abortion right or wrong is very contrasting, with all the aspects that it deals with, you have to decide is, or is it not wrong. The initial thing we should first overcome is what is abortion? I got this definition from the internet, "abortion is when a pregnancy is ended so that it doesn 't result in the birth of a child. Sometimes it is called termination of pregnancy." The first thing Warren wants the reader to understand is, at what point do you classify a fetus as a human being. Warren adds that the fetus has no comparison to that of a human being therefore is does not have moral rights in the early stages of development. This being stated she claims that if a women does what to get an abortions she does it before it gets to the third trimester, because it is not morally a human being. Some people argue that a fetuses are human from the time of conception. So that being said as soon as you find out that you are pregnant, and you plan to get an abortion, and it is before the third trimester you…

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