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Final Exam Study Guide

Introductory Materials: premise, conclusion, argument, validity, soundness, Test for Validity, Test for Soundness

Warren: Warren’s Pro-Abortion Personhood Argument, Infanticide objection, other criticisms

Thomson: Violinist Case, People-Seed Case, what each is meant to prove, Lottery Case, other potential responses to Thomson

Marquis: Future Like Ours Argument, No Future Objection, other potential objections

Other Sexual Topics: Uniqueness View: There is a special distinct sexuality,
Non-Uniqueness View: sex is just like every other human interaction NOT SPECIAL
, Love Theory: Sex is only permissible when you love the person with whom you are having sex, too restrictive: there’s other legitimate reasons to have sex, too broad your children?, New Natural law: Sex must fulfill the “marital good”, you must always act in accord the certain basic goods, martial good; unitive- only fulfill unitive if it involves full giving of oneself to another, procreative-only if both partners are open to chance of reproduction Things that are wrong for NNL: premarital sex, contraception, oral anal, mutual (Masturbation) generic liberal understanding: in general sex is morally ok so long as everyone consents (voluntary, informed) and it does not involve great harm (there can be overriding factors), reasons to consider polygamy wrong: sex with a non spouse, tends to subject women, reasons to consider incest wrong: higher percent rate of birth defects, upsets familial bonds, reasons to consider bestiality wrong: animals can’t consent, diseases, reasons to consider adult-child sex wrong: cant consent (child) physical disparity issues, pregnancy, parent’s don’t have sex with child’s friends, reasons to consider necrophilia wrong: can’t consent (pre-death consent) diseases

Corvino: Basic Pro-Homosexuality Argument: Any act that…...

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