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In which cases is morally permissible, and why? Again, you need to give an argum

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In which cases is morally permissible, and why? Again, you need to give an argument, and itought to involve things like rights, or what a virtuous person would do, or prima facie duties.Now, contend with Marquis’s argument that abortion in nearly every case deprives a fetus of itsFLO, and that therefore abortion is morally wrong in nearly every case. Respond to Marquis:what has he missed here? What considerations has he not taken into consideration that areimportant here? Is there something fundamentally wrong with his FLO theory? Or has hesimply missed some minor point that defeats his argument?3Contend also with the claim that a fetus has a right to life, and that aborting it violates thisright.If you think abortion is morally permissible in some, most, or even all cases because the womanhas a right to decide and control what goes on in and with her body, consider and contend withthe following question: Is this right absolute?For example, would it be morally permissible for a woman to turn her body into a suicide bombthat would kill and maim many people? If not, then this right is not absolute.But what, then, is the difference between the suicide bomber case and abortion – especiallysince in both cases, the woman’s control over her body results in harm and death to others?

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