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Abortion: Is it right or wrong?
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Major religious institutions, including Christian Churches, strongly oppose abortion along the theological reason that fetuses have souls.To bolster their position, the Churches have the support of pro-life movements and politicians
To bolster their position, the Churches have the support of pro-life movements and politicians who advocate traditional values. This essay will try to give more concrete ideas on this raging issue. Warren and Don Marquiz To explain the position of Mary Anne Warren, the fetus for her is not a person, and so ending its life is not morally wrong. A person has inner and outer capabilities including self awareness, feelings for self and others, as well psychomotor abilities to express thoughts and feelings through actions and movements of body and limbs. A fetus does not have these, since it appears to be simply an organic thing. It is an “it” and not a “he” or “she” who has rights and duties as a human being. Aborting “it” for reasons whether medical, social, or psychological can stand on moral grounds. On the other hand, Don Marquiz thinks the fetus is really a person, because while it does not have any human capacities (thinking, feeling, moving, etc.), it can acquire these through growth in the womb and life after birth. Don Marquiz stands for what he is calls the Potential of Future Value Theory (Philosophy TV, 2010). Using a comparison, an acorn can become an oak tree. A fetus can develop and be born to become an active member of society, perhaps even an achiever. ...
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