37 min

The Future of Abortion Law The Daily Signal Podcast

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Hadley Arkes, a long-time commentator on abortion, natural law, and constitutional jurisprudence joins the Daily Signal podcast to discuss the arguments that should be made to defend unborn human life in America. He comments that "value judgment, ..., is a term that we began to use with Nietzsche. When people lost their confidence that they could speak about moral truth. So, they could speak about things, [that] have moral significance as we impart value to them. So, the matter of the value judgment is whether some of us, what do we care enough about? How much are we willing to value the life of that offspring in the womb? How much do we value the efforts to offer care for that life?" Arkes points the way to a principled defense of unborn human life that citizens, legislators, and judges can draw upon to instill the principle of equality for the unborn under law in America.
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Hadley Arkes, a long-time commentator on abortion, natural law, and constitutional jurisprudence joins the Daily Signal podcast to discuss the arguments that should be made to defend unborn human life in America. He comments that "value judgment, ..., is a term that we began to use with Nietzsche. When people lost their confidence that they could speak about moral truth. So, they could speak about things, [that] have moral significance as we impart value to them. So, the matter of the value judgment is whether some of us, what do we care enough about? How much are we willing to value the life of that offspring in the womb? How much do we value the efforts to offer care for that life?" Arkes points the way to a principled defense of unborn human life that citizens, legislators, and judges can draw upon to instill the principle of equality for the unborn under law in America.
Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

37 min