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Each of these two views standing at the extremes, creating a dilemma for the lawmakers.If one were to go by the first view that life begins at the moment of conception then interference with the foetus at any stage of its foetal existence could be seen as unethical unless one could take the stand that the rules of the ethics do not recognize a right to life.On the other hand, at the other end of the scale is the second view, the other extreme stand, namely, life begins only on birth. One may then argue that if there was no life before birth, then all sorts of legal restrictions and sanctions dealing with the inference of the foetus become unnecessary except to the limited extend of preventing such interference in the interest of the mothers health.On this logic whether or not a mother should be free to abort belongs almost entirely to the category of the individual therapeutic questions. No country gives absolute choice to the women throughout the period of pregnancy.Abortion may be classified into various categories depending upon the nature and circumstances under which it occurs.For instance, it may be either, (i) natural; (ii) accidental; (iii) spontaneous; (iv) artificial or induced abortion.We have become too dependent on computers for answers, personal interactions, and we spend way too much time on them.If we used the computers for learning and as a tool this issue wouldn't be as big.
If then qualifies, this opposition by specifying a series of exceptions.
It may be procured at any time before the natural birth of the child. 'When does life begin' is a key question to be addressed in the matter of abortion.
Technically, by definition, abortion is destruction of life after conception and before birth.
The mothers right is allowed to prevail, in some situations.
The women's supposed superiority in his matter is jurisprudentially explained in terms of the "necessity" of the situation coupled with her right to self-defence.
Between these two points of terminus, life must have begun.