Abortion. Can it be defended by reason, ethically?
Abortion is described as a freedom.
A freedom of choice.
I challenge anyone to defend it on ethical grounds.
I tried in college in a class: the philosophy of ethics. Didn’t get a good grade. Professor said it’s actually very hard to do. (he didn’t look like your typical conservative either)
Very few legal scholars are satisfied with the defense and rationale of Roe v Wade. Right to privacy was just to justify the deed.
Does this mean if I kill my neighbor privately It’s OK?
There are ways to argue it – 2 people on a boat, will sink if you don’t throw one over. See if there is anything on the web that will follow a logical line – and then replace the fetus with a siamese twin. There are other logical tricks.