Abortion and Unborn Human Life
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Abortion and Unborn Human Life

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*A significantly updated edition of Patrick Lees bestselling book on the moral questions of abortion*
Paperback, Second Edition, 177 pages
Published May 1st 2010 by Catholic University of America Press (first published April 1996)
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Sarah
Abortion and Unborn Human Life is a philosophical Defense of the pro-life position. There are no stories of screaming fetus or bloody pictures in this book. Rather, the author uses philosophical arguments, with reference to philosophers like Plato and Kant, to put across the view that abortion is morally wrong. Somewhat dry and difficult reading for people who are not philosophy majors, but overall a good intellectual study of the issues surrounding abortion.
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