Examples Of Moral Dilemmas On Abortion

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The reading materials of this week has been taught me a lot about pregnancy, birth, cloning, and euthanasia. We are explored many ideas and way of thinking of different subset. In this perspective there is some the abortion, and there some against abortion. The stressed the moral issues surrounding abortion towards whether or not the fetus is life, or whether or not abortion is a murder. That is, many people who have abortions are either poor, or in relationship situations where taking care of a child is at best difficult, or at worst, abusive, neglectful or dangerous. Is it morally correct to bring a child to term knowing the kinds of family and economic situations it will come in to? Is adoption completely free of psychological scars and costs for both mother and child? I am simply saying there are other things to consider philosophically when speaking of moral dilemmas in this regard. There are a range of moral and ethical issues which may arise about unplanned pregnancy and abortion. At the Pregnancy Advisory Centre we support a woman’s right to make her own decision about her pregnancy, based on her unique circumstances, in relation to her own personal values. This information is not intended to tell women what they should think about abortion, it aims to explore some of ideas and dilemmas that some women face when making a decision about an unplanned pregnancy. A major moral dilemma is the claim that as soon as a sperm cell bonds with an egg cell this instantly
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