What is My Duty? Bodily Autonomy Arguments of Thomson, McDonagh, and Boonin

From Ethics at the Edge of Life

  • September 18, 2010
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Professor Scott Klusendorf opposes an argument lodged against the pro-life stance that suggests an individual has the right to protect the autonomy of his or her own body. Klusendorf thoroughly dissects this argument and provides viable responses to it.

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    12. What is My Duty? Bodily Autonomy Arguments of Thomson, McDonagh, and Boonin

    by Scott Klusendorf

    54:04 — September 18, 2010

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