In my last post, Abortion and the Morality of Feticide: Part I, I briefly sketched an argument against feticide,  It is wrong to kill a human being without justification;  A fetus is a human being;  In the case of feticide (at least in the majority of cases) insufficient or no justification is forthcoming. […]
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February 16th, 2011 155 Comments
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A common argument claims that a fetus is not a human being until it is capable of surviving independently of another individual. Prior to this period, it does not have an independent existence from its mother; hence killing it is not homicide. This position is common in many legal and ethical arguments about the morality […]