Hard choices.

  title={Hard choices.},
  author={A. Furedi},
  volume={20 3},
  • A. Furedi
  • Published 1999
  • Medicine
  • Conscience
  • The cultural discourse that frames the abortion debate has changed and become more complex over the years. To date, concerns about the need to defend the choice have shifted to moral and ethical issues surrounding abortion. The right of women to abortion can be situated in the context of ethical principles, which are basic to what we hold valuable in the modern society. The ethical principle of "procreative autonomy", the right of humans to control their own role in procreation has an… CONTINUE READING
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