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All human beings are persons. If any other definition is permitted then there is no limit to who can be declared a non-person and killed for someone else's convenience.
Anominus Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 6:07 PM
What exactly have I redefined, dahni?
dahni Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 5:23 PM
You are creating your own definitions to fit your own beliefs. Good luck with any activity that requires you to think and perhaps to act logically.
Anominus Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 1:05 PM
What evidence do you have that a fertilized human egg is not:

A) human?
B) alive?

You can disagree all you like, but without facts it's just more of your typical bloviating.
HeraldOfGalactus Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 12:57 PM
The second line, "A fertilized human egg is a living human" is where I see the logic breaking down. As we've discussed before, this is an arbitrary assumption. The notion that a ferilized egg can only become human is not a logical conclusion to constitute a human being. A fertilized egg is part of the human gestation process. But where in that process does a human being become human? I don't know and I think making assumptions and not conidering all possibilities is irrational.
Anominus Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 12:40 PM
All living humans (A) are persons (B).
A fertilized human egg (C) is a living human (A).
Therefore, all fertilized human eggs (C) are persons (B).

What facts do you have which disprove this statement?

Editor’s note: Dr. Adams will speak at Christ Church Lutheran Church in Phoenix, AZ on January 19. The speech, which is part of the Voices for the Voiceless "Redefine" Conference, will begin shortly after the conference opens at 8 am. Dr. Adams will then go to Minneapolis to speak at the Minnesota Youth for Life Conference on January 21. The all-day conference will be at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

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