Editorial note on ‘Abortion and regret’
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The moral permissibility of abortion is an emotionally charged issue. That it should engage the heart as well as the head is entirely appropriate, since matters of life and death are at stake. But it is no less appropriate that the moral status, rights, and duties …
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