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Unformatted text preview: reach the same point of inefficiency towards the real issue of abortion. After stating multiple different situations that showed flaws in the typical reasoning for the abortion argument, Marquis explains the loss of ones future theory, which argues that ones future must be evaluated into the thought process to help further the solution. The essay also uses several examples from other philosophers such as Kant, Tooley, and Bassen. I thought the author argued convincingly because he showed how the typical arguments for abortion were inefficient and showed new perspectives that could possibly work for the argument. He had great evidence to back up his theories, and it was very thought out and interesting to follow. The examples given were thought provoking and displayed a new perspective of the topic....
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- Fall '07