In “A Defense of Abortion,” Judith Thomson makes a striking claim. She says that even if it is true that the fetus is a person with a full-fledged right to life from the very moment of conception, it still does not follow that having an abortion is morally wrong.
In Part I of her paper, Warren takes issue with this claim of Thomson’s. Warren suggests that, if the fetus really is a person with a full-fledged right to life from the moment of conception, then, while not all abortions would be wrong, many still would be—for instance, it would be wrong for a woman to get an abortion in “the normal case of an unwanted pregnancy” (3).
How does Warren argue for that position? Is her argument sound?
1. Introduction paragraph have a sophisticated thesis reveals an in-depth analysis of the text and give appropriate background information. Innovative, original introduction that indicates writer’s grasp of topic, purpose and audience. clearly lay out the main things will do in the paper.
2. Body paragraph exhibits a sophisticated and coherent structure through skillful placement of ideas and effective transitioning.
Ideas are original, clearly developed and supported with effective, relevant, and specific references in order to analyze the text. 3 citations are correctly used and placed.
Utilizes terminology appropriate to genre, chooses distinct words, and varies sentence length and grammatical structure to create an original and confident voice both fitting to the purpose of the essay and intended audience.
Body paragraph include:
Please describe Warren’s argument in the first, and thinking that if the fetus is a person with a full-fledged right to life from the moment of conception, then it would be wrong for a woman to get an abortion in “the normal case of an unwanted pregnancy.
Accurately reconstruct Warren’s argument, and make reconstruction of Warren’s argument illuminating, helping the reader to fully understand what the argument is.
Make discussion whether Warren’s argument is sound. Please make analysis and discussion easy to follow and thoughtful/insightful.
3. Conclusion leaving reader satisfied and thinking. Mastery of conventions: no spelling, punctuation or format errors