Prager University: The Most Important Question About Abortion
"We teach what isn't taught." - Dennis Prager
This semester of Prager University is presented by: Dennis Prager
"[I]n most cases, nearly everyone believes that the human fetus has essentially infinite worth, and an almost absolute right to live. When? When a pregnant woman wants to give birth. Then society and its laws regard the fetus as so valuable that if someone were to kill that fetus that person could be prosecuted for homicide. Only if a pregnant woman doesn't want to give birth do many people regard the fetus as worthless. Now, does that make sense? It doesn't seem to. Either a human fetus has worth, or it doesn't." - D.P.
"Virtually everyone agrees that the moment the baby comes out of the womb, killing the baby is murder. But deliberately killing it a few months before birth is considered no more morally problematic than extracting a tooth. How does that make sense?" - D.P.
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