The Ethics of Abortion
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In this article, the writer uses the theories of Kantianism and utilitarianism to discuss the issue of the ethics of abortion. The writer also looks at John Stuart Mill's essential principle of utility and Immanuel Kant's categorical imperative.
From the Paper:"The application of ethical theories to major issues confronting humans today is challenging for several reasons. First most controversial issues can be approached from any number of perspectives. Secondly given that there are any number of ethical theories available determining whether or not a particular behavior is ethical may depend on the ethical theory used. In this essay a comparison of utilitarianism and Kantian theory will be presented and then applied to the practice of abortion. Utilitarianism as proposed by Jeremy Bentham and John ..."
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