Fetus is Not a Person

"Persons . . . are members of a social community that shapes and values them, and personhood must be defined in terms of interactions and relationships with others."

Susan Sherwin. 1999. Ethical Issues: Perspectives for Canadians. Ed. Soifer, Eldon. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, p. 267

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Slide 33 of 49

Susan Sherwin attempts to define personhood on the basis of interactions of individuals in relationships with others. The next slides will examine some of the problems associated with these ideas.

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