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>2: IF the status/title of "living/having life/alive" is discretionary what constitutes the deeming of the term being bestowed upon a human? >2: IF the status/title of "living/having life/alive" is discretionary what constitutes the deeming of the term being bestowed upon a human?
-Of course as you might have reasoned by now this is a argument question because if life is a discretionary status/title then abortions could easily be acceptable because the baby/fetus is too young to be deemed alive.+Of course as you might have reasoned by now this is a argument question because if life is a discretionary status/title then abortions could easily be acceptable because the baby/fetus is too young to be deemed alive. [[Image:Life.jpg]]
*''This argument page divided not into pro/con on questions but on sides so you can easily differentiate which side this is coming from and ensures the least amount of confusion and the maximum amount of readability and comprehension. Left side of the page is the side saying life isn't a discretionary status/title, and the right side of the page is the side saying life is a discretionary status/title.'' *''This argument page divided not into pro/con on questions but on sides so you can easily differentiate which side this is coming from and ensures the least amount of confusion and the maximum amount of readability and comprehension. Left side of the page is the side saying life isn't a discretionary status/title, and the right side of the page is the side saying life is a discretionary status/title.''

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Argument Question: Is Life A Discretionary Status/Title?

Background and Context

This is a argument question for abortion debates (see: Debate:Abortion, Debate: Human life as beginning at conception). Mind you that this is not a "When does life begin?" or "Where does life begin?" argument question but simply is asking this:

>1: IF we can give the status/title of "living/having life/alive" to certain fetuses but not others (or in such cases babies but not fetuses) then is the status of alive discretionary?

>2: IF the status/title of "living/having life/alive" is discretionary what constitutes the deeming of the term being bestowed upon a human?

Of course as you might have reasoned by now this is a argument question because if life is a discretionary status/title then abortions could easily be acceptable because the baby/fetus is too young to be deemed alive. Image:Life.jpg

  • This argument page divided not into pro/con on questions but on sides so you can easily differentiate which side this is coming from and ensures the least amount of confusion and the maximum amount of readability and comprehension. Left side of the page is the side saying life isn't a discretionary status/title, and the right side of the page is the side saying life is a discretionary status/title.

Contents

What Constitutes "Life" (in general)?

Side: Life Is Not Discretionary

Side: Life Is Discretionary

What Constitutes "Human" Life?

Side: Life Is Not Discretionary

Side: Life Is Discretionary

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