Unformatted text preview: • Siegmann’s Argument for the Moral Question: o He would approach this from Ayn Rand’s Rational Self-Interest: The woman should see if this is in her best interest. Whether this is an opportune time for her, whether it would make her life more fulfilling. o He would claim that it is immoral to have a child you did not want to have. • My argument: let’s say we were Kantians. Kantian would not want all people everywhere to have abortions (no people left); applying the Golden Rule, you would not want someone to abort you from the womb even though you are unaware to the fact...
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