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Abortion


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Does the unborn child have a legal claim on the mother to provide the necessities of life?
Consider a law that forced a sibling to donate a kidney or even one that compelled someone to be a blood donor.
We have long acknowledged that no person can be compelled to surrender a pound of flesh to another.
The fact that the person being coerced is the mother of the beneficiary does not change this calculus.

When does something become a life. Or a legal life?

Responsibility to a human life created by your own actions?



Immorality an illegaity do not have a one to one relationship. Even if we can say than abortion is immoral, we cant infer from that, that it should be illegal.

If a woman is entitled to total autonomy over her body, why is she required to surrender a large portion of the income she earns off her labour to the state?

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