The Future-Like-Ours Argument, Personal Identity, and the Twinning Dilemma
Brill (H. Skott)
Source: Social Theory & Practice, Jul2003, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p419-430, 12p;
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Philosophers Index Abstract

  1. Presents a discussion of the anti-abortion1 argument on Peter K. McInerney's refutation of Don Marquis's case2 that a fetus3 has a right to life.
  2. Details of Marquis's anti-abortion4 argument;
  3. Basis of McInerney's refutation5 of Marquis's case;
  4. Possible responses from Marquis.



In-Page Footnotes

Footnote 2: See "Marquis (Don) - Why Abortion is Immoral".

Footnote 5: See "McInerney (Peter K.) - Does a Fetus Already Have a Future-Like-Ours".


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