January 28, 2009

How would you answer this question?

I just wanted to post a follow-up to my previous one:

In any debate of ethics it's important to think through issues from as many sides as possible and take into account as many contingencies as possible. Otherwise, we end up losing credibility for our position and are easily dismissed by those opposing whatever issue is in question.

Case in point:
What should be the penalty if abortion were to be made illegal?

How would you have answered if you were one of the people interviewed--or if someone were to ask you these questions in a discussion of the subject?

I'd love to hear some responses from the Dojo on this one before giving mine...


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