Errata: A reply to Abbott

Political Theory 6 (3):337-344 (1978)
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A lengthy inventory of misreadings and other errors in Phillip Abbott's critique of recent essays on abortion by analytic philosophers.
Keywords abortion  analytic philosophy  thought experiments
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DOI 10.1177/009059177800600305
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