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Are Human Fetuses Parasites? (revised 5.6.19)
Occasionally abortion-choice advocates refer to fetal humans as parasites. We know what they are getting at. The child-in-utero is dependent on the mother, drains her energy, eats her food, etc. But, is “parasite” the right idea here? Are fetal … Continue reading
Posted in Ethics of Abortion, Philosophy of Abortion, Terms and Definitions, Uncategorized Tagged Abortion, baby, child, dependence, dependent, human being, in utero, kittens, need, parasite, parasitic, person, puppies, symbiotic 3 Comments