The Case Against Abortion: Prenatal Development

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5 thoughts on “The Case Against Abortion: Prenatal Development”

  1. Those little fetus dudes still don’t have an interest in continuing to exist so they don’t have a right to life. Therefore I can go out and perform as many abortions as I wish with no consequence. What ya gonna do about it?

    1. Those little fetus dudes still don’t have an interest in continuing to exist so they don’t have a right to life.

      That’s an assertion made without any evidence or argument to back it up. In fact, it’s contrary to the evidence (they repel and react against abortive instruments).

  2. When the little dudes ‘repel and react’ against the instruments of women’s liberation it is merely reflective and is not an attempt to escape a justifiable death. There is a lot of evidence to back up my claim, just do a quick Google search as I’m sure you will find something.

    Sorry to break it to you but your ‘arguments’ to control and ruin women’s lives are don’t hold much weight and are very weak and shallow. You are just stuck in a out of date Catholic paradigm and can’t be reasoned with.

    1. instruments of women’s liberation

      This is some semantic gymnastics. Why don’t you call it the instrument of fetus-killing that it really is?

      …not an attempt to escape a justifiable death.

      It’s an attempt at self-preservation. Living things do this, just as if I prickle you with a needle unawares, you’d react before you realized what happened.

      ‘arguments’ to control and ruin women’s lives

      This is another argument from semantics – as if that’s what I’m trying to do (it isn’t). The main concern here is saving an innocent life from an undeserved death (seriously, think about it; that’s what it is).

      You are just stuck in a out of date Catholic paradigm and can’t be reasoned with.

      I bet you your paradigms are older and more out of date than my so-called out-of-date paradigm (it all goes back to Greek philosophy). Your Sophistry (semantic manipulation) v.s. my Realist philosophy (saying it as it really is); “it’s all in Plato”, as the saying goes (hat tip to Lewis’ ‘the Last Battle’).

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