Table of contents for Defending life : a moral and legal case against abortion-choice / Francis J. Beckwith.

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Table of Contents
 Acknowledgments
 Dedication
 Introduction: Who and What are We and Can We Know It?
Part I: Moral Reasoning, Law, and Politics
1. Abortion and Moral Argument
2. The Supreme Court, Roe v. Wade, and Abortion Law
3. Abortion, Liberalism, and the Neutral State
Part II: Assessing the Case for Abortion-Choice and Against Human Inclusiveness
4. Science, the Unborn and Abortion Methods
5. Popular Arguments: Pity, Tolerance and Ad Hominem
6. The Nature of Humanness and Whether the Unborn is a Moral Subject
7. Does It Really Matter Whether the Unborn is a Moral Subject? -- The Case
From Bodily
Autonomy
Part III: Extending and Concluding the Argument
8. Cloning, Bioethics, and Reproductive Liberty
9. Conclusion -- A Case for Human Inclusiveness
 Selected Bibliography (compiled by T. Hunter Baker)
 About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Abortion.
Abortion -- Moral and ethical aspects.