Reply to Christopher Tollefsen on Abortion

In Bob Fischer (ed.), Ethics Left and Right: The Moral Issues that Divide Us (forthcoming)

Abstract

Are *you* the same thing as your body? Did *you* begin at conception? Do you have a rational and free "nature" or "essence"? Some answer 'yes' to all and argue that this means that abortion is wrong. This argument is discussed here.

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