Warren (1973, p. 100) has a very pessimistic view of the defense of the legal status of adoption. In Warren’s view, abortion at any stage of the pregnancy is morally allowable under any conditions. In formulating her views, Warren makes a number of considerations of the anti-abortion bit.
One consideration is that it is bad to murder innocent human beings and that fetuses are innocent human beings and therefore killing them is wrong.
Warren explains in her argument that the credibility of the premises and the conclusion drawn from this anti-abortion argument lies solely in the disambiguation of the term human being.
Human in the scientific sense of being a homo sapien and as such not only adults and children but also includes human beings with functional brains (even in commas) and also fetuses. This is the genetic sense (Warren, 1973, pp. 101-103).
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