I always thought the issue to be less of a stance on whether to implement death (or not), and more of a stance on the role of the law.
I am sure there are moral components too, but youre right, they way the tendencies fall, they dont seem to align so obviously on a moral plane.
Originally Posted by Ambrosia
I agree
Originally Posted by cehua
I like the way you explained that, Ambrosia, that was definitely a major point in my paper. The class was called "Sociology of Bioethics", so we had approached it from an ethical, rather than legal, standpoint, and hence the class generally thinking that those people against the death penalty would also be against abortion.
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