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In this essay, the writer offers a critique of a work by Susan Sherwin, "Abortion through a Feminist Ethics Lens". The writer discusses that Sherwin's article takes the stance that abortion is appropriate within the individual contexts of many women's lives and should be determined by the needs and concerns of women - and not by the needs and concerns of the fetus.
From the Paper:"The next several pages outline Sherwin's major conclusions on this important topic and the premises which underlie her position; the paper also notes several counter-arguments which can be raised in objection to her views. In the end, while her article certainly has merit, she fails to satisfactorily consider the implications of her thought on some matters."
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