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MORALITY OF ABORTION.

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This study will construct a philosophical analysis of the moral dilemma of abortion by applying some basic concepts from moral philosophy.
Specifically, the moral dilemma facing a young woman who is pregnant and must decide whether or not to carry the fetus to term. The woman is not in a position, at present, to be what she would call a "good mother" to the potential child, due to various psychological, physical, and economic problems. The father of the potential child is not present to help her. While she is not experiencing optimum circumstances for having and raising a child, however, she is not so easily persuaded by the popular argument that abortion is a simple way to terminate pregnancy and any problems which that pregnancy presents. She has been raised to believe that a fetus is a child already, and she feels that it
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