Lately, the legislation around the free interruption of the pregnancy it is a burning subject in our society. The great problem that this raises to us is the following one: Has somebody the answer to if it is or or badly? – although both words own a closed meaning too much and snatch complexity to the question. Some groups defend that the abortion is an immoral action because they postulate that the fetus is a human being. These people would have to feel proud of themselves, because they have given with the answer a question that the humanity has considered from the beginning of the Greek Philosophy in the century I SAW a.C. Therefore, why she continues being people who try to answer that question? perhaps (she is because the answer is not as clear as they think).
In addition, one of the few answers that have been accepted (of practically universal form from Discardings) is that the human being owns reason: Perhaps a fetus can think, learn or carry out any essentially human task? Another argument (perhaps most pathetic of all) is following (although it owns several variants stays fixed in the essential): If the parents of Pachelbel they would have aborted, we would not have his famous canon. In this argument, any person with a minimum cerebral activity would have to detect demagoguery. This test of the immorality of the action could be answered to him using same technique of persuasion (although deceptive): If the parents of Hitler had aborted, he had not straightened up like leader of Nazi Germany and, by all means, the World war nor the Jewish genocide would have taken place neither. Conclusion: that argument lacks all validity, and those that make use of him would have to feel something of shame. Another one of the things that these groups do is to organize manifestations pro-life, and are in all their right, nevertheless he is shameful to see as they place in the first rows to young children, who usually hold posters and to even shout the same catchphrases that those surrounds that them.