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Pick one or any other similar dispute which uses Rights Theory on both sides and do an analysis. You can give me a brief introduction and conclusion but I also what three paragraphs of analysis. Paragraph 1, make a Rights Theory argument for side 1. Paragraph 2, make a Rights Theory argument for side 2. Paragraph 3, use Utilitarianism or Virtue Ethics to do an analysis of the case.

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School: Rice University

Attached.

Running Head: RIGHT TO ABORTION

1

Right to Abortion

Name

Institutional Affiliation

RIGHT TO ABORTION

2

Introduction

The issue of abortion is one of the most disputed cases of human rights both in
terms of ethics and moral values. While many religions and societies argue against
abortion because it leads to termination of life, it is evident that abortion affects many
individuals. According to virtue ethics, abortion is wrong since it leads to termination of
life. The main concern for many ethical arguments is the status of women and the fetus
and their rights. The virtue ethics usually ignores the issue of women rights and also the
status of the fetus. According to the theory, women have the m...

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