The Politics of Virtue: Animals, Theology and Abortion
Georgia Law Review. 1991 Spring; 25(4): 923-1138.
Abortion; Abortion on Demand; Animal Rights; Christian Ethics; Clergy; Consensus; Cultural Pluralism; Democracy; Ethics; Females; Freedom; Historical Aspects; Jewish Ethics; Law; Legal Aspects; Life; Morality; National Socialism; Natural Law; Personhood; Politics; Protestant Ethics; Public Policy; Religion; Rights; Right to Life; Socialism; Theology; Value of Life; Values; Women's Rights;
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