Philosophers who discuss abortion rights often have a tendency to idealize and individualize the typical abortion scenario. That is, they imagine the typical abortion scenario in the following way: A woman has perfectly consensual sex with her male partner. She finds herself pregnant and visits a doctor to terminate the fetus. Is such an actContinue reading “The Risks of Accepting Simplifying Assumptions as True in Abortion Ethics”
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