Temas Variados / El Aborto
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Enviado por: lupitadabril 23 diciembre 2011
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Abortion is defined as, the induced termination of a pregnancy followed by the death of the embryo or fetus. An abortion is a procedure to end a pregnancy.
The oxford English dictionary describes 'abortion' as "the termination of pregnancy and expulsion of an embryo or of a fetus that is incapable of survival."
An abortion is the termination of a pregnancy by the removal or expulsion of a fetus/embryo from the uterus, resulting in or caused by its death. An abortion can occur spontaneously due to complications during pregnancy or can be induced, in humans and other species.
Pain, cramping, bleeding, are just some of the symptoms suffered by women to have an abortion natural or deliberately caused, because I’m sure that despite these "mothers" if they merit that description, or feel physical pain least psychologically to do so. Abortion is a tragedy not only for the unborn who will never experience life but for the mother also. We remain in a stalled debate, turning in a circle and no more steps forward than those who get in return.
Clearly, it is not wrong to end the life of some arbitrarily chosen single human cell. Fetuses seem to be like arbitrarily chosen human cells in some respects and like adult humans in other respects. The problem of the ethics of abortion is the problem of determining the fetal property that settles this moral controversy.
This essay sets out an argument that purports to show, as well as any argument in ethics can show, that abortion is, except possibly in rare cases, seriously immoral, that it is in the same moral category as killing an innocent adult human being.
Like we need to know about abortion and what is known perspective. As well as the alternative that we have to stop this problem may be called "a pandemic."
Some anti-abortionists will allow that certain abortions, such as abortion before implantation or abortion when the life of
a woman is threatened by a pregnancy or abortion after rape, may be morally permissible.
The purpose of this essay is to develop a general argument for the claim that the overwhelming majority of deliberate abortions are seriously immoral.
Abortion, in my definition, is the taking of a life. Abortion is a very controversial topic; I know many people choose to write about this topic because there are many arguments against and many in favor. Personally I’ve always thought that abortion is a free decision and that people only judge this kind of hot topics because they didn’t have anything more important to do and because it has to do with religious beliefs but, I never thought how other women could feel and I never tried to be in their shoes some of those women who make decisions without thinking them.
Abortion is an intentional violent act that kills an unborn baby. Without any anesthesia, the baby is dismembered, torn ap ...
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