Post Number:#16 March 3rd, 2007, 3:11 pm
MindFreeza wrote:captain_crunk wrote:Valid arguments but not relevant to the topic of murder in the legal sense. Murder is defined as killing intentionally with premeditation, which does not in any way presume the existence of a soul. Murder is the killing of a person's physical body
A valid arguement on your part, but not relevent to the topic at hand. This is an ETHICS discussion, not a LEGAL discussion. Thank you.
No need to yell. I was referring to the question of whether or not abortion is murder. Murder is a legal term. Also, the study of law does not exist apart from the study of ethics, the two are inter-woven. Not to mention the fact that the person to whom I was addressing chose to rebut the opposite argument from the one I was outlining. Thank you.