Name Professor’s Name Course Date Abortion Abortion is among the major controversial topics across the universe. The arguing parties often hold their stand and their theories. Abortion refers to the calculated removal of a fetus from a human womb. The act is often done at the request of the mother thereby killing the embryo. I do not believe in abortion as every breathing being has a right to life. It is the most fundamental and important right accorded to people. Abortion is considered the denial of the right to but the process of development does not stop in the womb. The fetus will develop if given a chance till it acquires a moral standing as argued by Philosopher Warren. Conception does not automatically come with morality (Warren 50). It is a gradual process that takes the time to be attained. Works Cited Boyle Mary. Re-thinking Abortion: Psychology Gender and the Law. Routledge 2014. Warren Mary Anne. "On the moral and legal status of abortion." The Monist57.1 (1973): 43-61. Marquis Don. "Why abortion is immoral." The Journal of Philosophy 86.4 (1989): 183-202. [...]
Mary Ann Warren maintains that a fetus does not become a person until sometime after birth, when the infant becomes a socially responsive member of a human community. Consequently, abortion is morally permissible at any stage of pregnancy. Do you agree with her? When do you think that the fetus becomes a person with certain rights?