The morality of abortion and euthanasia:An analytical study in Applied ethics deals with some major moral theory in order to justify some moral controversial issues. Generally we are facing some moral dilemmas in our practical life. Moral principles rules and also moral reasoning are essential to analyze practical problems. The chapters of this book analytically throws light on the moral theories and moral principles. This book will be very helpful to understand not only the theoretical but also the practical aspects of the problem of abortion and euthanasia. The issue of euthanasia and abortion has been reconsidered as there are ethical and moral questions that need to be taken into consideration.This book is written in simple method with analytical approach. The purpose of this book is to apply basic moral principles and rules for reserving the moral controversial issues and debates.
The legal issues surrounding abortion in Nigeria and the United States of America are multi dimensional. This work showcase the fact that, despite the fact that, issues relating to abortion in both countries cannot be divorced from the perspective of human rights as well as human rights laws as they affect both the pregnant woman and the fetus (Unborn Child), one point still stands out clearly; "there are areas where the laws of both countries agree, and there are areas as well, where the laws of both countries disagree". The comparative analysis exhibited in this work will go a long way in educating students and researchers on the abortion issue as it relates to Nigeria and the United States of America.
The prevalence of induced abortions through space and time cannot be overemphasized. However, the need for it and the circumstances under which it is acceptable presents a moot point. Although progress has been made in some areas of reproductive health, unsafe abortions continue to be a significant cause of maternal morbidity and mortality in many developing countries including Ghana. This book delves into the implications of Ghana''s abortion law for unsafe abortions. More specifically, the book assesses the extent of knowledge of the incidence of induced abortion, the level of awareness and understanding of the abortion law, attitudes towards abortion based on the law, the influence of the law on the practice and finally, an assessment of the country''s abortion law from participants'' point of view.
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Abortion remains a criminal offence in Malawi. This situation has resulted in most women and young girls accessing abortion services illegally and in most cases inducing their own abortions through various crude means because of the unavailability of abortion services. This situation has resulted in dire medical and psychological complications experienced by these women. The majority of these complications can be avoided if the law on abortion can be relaxed to allow women access quality abortion services without fear of legal consequences. It is clear that the impediments to such a relaxed legal situation is not merely a question of legal reform, but also a battle of hearts and minds, and at times confusing theological discourse.
This book will become as the definitive textbook for instructors and students alike, in the increasingly popular field of human rights law of non-international armed conflicts. While traditional approach to international law and armed conflict focuses on the international humanitarian law (IHL) alone, this book incorporates other international legal regimes such as human rights law and international criminal law as well. In doing so, a broader picture emerges and reveals the current challenges faced in regulating violence in internal conflicts. This in turn highlights the complexities, intricacies, and the interrelationship of the different regimes that may be rendered applicable to armed conflicts. Also, in taking a more inclusive approach, this book provides a new perspective on both existing and emerging themes in this field. The topics covered in this book include: protection of human rights; ensuring IHL standards in internal conflicts; protection of women and children their involvement in those situations; relationship between human rights and IHL and ensuring international criminal justice. Readership: students of undergraduate, postgraduates, PhD as well as practitioners.
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What is the legal status of abortion and the human fetus? In an extended analysis of mainstream arguments involving abortion and the status of 'personhood' that is often applied to the fetus, this book provides novel answers to some of the core 'pro-life' arguments in favour of recognizing fetal personhood and moral rights.
We are different laws regarding abortion. Worldwide religious sensibilities, moral and cultural Tlashand influenced their abortion laws. Right to life, liberty and the right to a healthy reproductive rights are more important sometimes as the justification for the presence or absence of abortion laws are used.In jurisdictions where abortion is legal, abortion prior obligations must be editor. These requirements are usually dependent on gestational age, in relation to a period of three months of pregnancy will be reviewed. In case of emergency, many restrictions are lifted..
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This book attempts to assess the efficacy of individuals and institutions in enforcing international legal pressure concerning abortion on Mexican national legislation. It compares Mexican states of Distrito Federal and Guanajuato, as an opportunity to show the development, change and execution of rules on abortion in Mexico as a whole, particularly from 1994 to 2013. To conduct this research the author spent 6 weeks in Mexico interviewing important figures such as politicians and activists from various international, national and local organizations that deal with women’s rights - particularly those concerning abortion, in order to centralize the topic of abortion rights and its practical usage.
What,precisely, is the relationship between legality and morality? Does legal validity rest upon moral validity? Are legal obligations moral obligations? For some years now schools of jurisprudential Naturalism and Positivism have become increasingly ambiguous in their responses to these questions. Olsen and Toddington argue that equivocation on the central issue here - that of obligation - has brought legal theory to the point where leading legal positivists and natural lawyers no longer retain significant differences. Instead, they allege, we are left with the remnants of what has always been, philosophically, a phoney war. The authors of this lucid and refreshing analysis of the concept of law, arguing from the perspectives of social science and political philosophy, show that jurisprudence must acknowledge that the political, the moral, and the legal are located within a continuum of practical reason, and that law’s ‘autonomy’ from morality can not entail its ‘separation’ from it.
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What are the moral and legal issues of contemporary warfare? Drawing on cutting-edge debates in moral philosophy, this book proposes how the laws of war can be evaluated, criticized, and reformed, making a valuable and timely contribution to a pressing international debate.