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paper will not be graded unless you have submitted it to Turnitin by midnight on Wed. April 17 th . See instructions below. A. Present Thomson’s sick violinist example and then carefully explain how she uses the example to show that abortion is not necessarily a violation of the fetus’ right to life, and thus not necessarily unjustified or wrongful killing. How does this challenge Noonan’s pro-life argument? (2 pages 4 citations) B. Explain some of the central moral arguments concerning abortion in Noonan and then use these arguments to make at least two criticisms of the way Thomson employs her violinist example to establish the morality of abortion in some cases. Present one reply to these criticisms that Thomson could give. (2 pages 4 citations) C. Drawing on Glover’s arguments concerning the ethics of abortion, present one criticism Glover could make against Noonan’s argument and one criticism he can give against Thomson’s argument. (2 pages 4 citations) Advice and Rules for the Grading of Paper 1. To assure the completeness of your paper, please structure it into parts (A), (B), and (C) and follow the guidelines for numbers of pages devoted to each part. Please adjust each part so that your paper is no longer than six pages all together. 2. In fairness to all students, late papers will be graded down one full grade (ex., ‘B’ to ‘C’). To hand in a late
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