Arguing that fetuses have a right to life in virtue of possessing a future like ours, Don Marquis rejects an alternative ‘desire account’ of what confers a right to life.

Fetuses have a right to life in virtue of possessing a future like ours

 

Arguing that fetuses have a right to life in virtue of possessing a future like ours, Don Marquis rejects an alternative ‘desire account’ of what confers a right to life. What is the account, and what are Marquis’ objections to it? What is the broader significance of these objections for the question of what confers moral status, as discussed by Marquis, Mary Anne Warren, and Peter Singer? (For example, are Warren’s and Singer’s views subject to the objections? Why?) What is the best response to Marquis’ objection available to the desire account, and does it succeed? Is there any way to modify or replace the desire account in an
attempt to support a pro-choice view of abortion, which avoids Marquis’ objections?

 

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