Persons, Moral Worth, and Embryos A Critical Analysis of Pro-Choice Arguments /
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Abstractedited by Stephen Napier.
Introduction: What are Persons? What is Valuable? Stephen Napier -- Part 1. Philosophical Considerations -- I was Once a Fetus: That is Why Abortion is Wrong Alexander Pruss -- Brain Life and the Argument from Potential: Affirming the Ontological Status of Human Embryos and Fetuses, Jason T. Eberl and Brandon P. Brown -- The Human Being, a Person of Substance: A Response to Dean Stretton, Francis J. Beckwith -- The Concept of Person in Bioethics, Anselm Winfried Müller -- Abortion and Virtue Ethics Mathew Lu -- Embryos, Four-Dimensionalism, and Moral Status, David Hershenov -- The Christian Hypothesis, David W. Fagerberg -- Fetal Interests, Fetal Persons, and Human Goods, Christopher Tollefsen -- Part 2. Scientific Considerations -- Fetal Pains and Fetal Brains, A.A. Howsepian -- A Biological Definition of the Human Embryo, Maureen L. Condic -- Part 3. Perspectives from Law and Political Philosophy -- Public Reason and Abortion Revisited, David Thunder -- Sexual Markets and the Law, Helen M. Alvaré -- Index. .