It is difficult for advocates to argue for a woman’s right to self-determination while at the same time holding the view that women are not able to make rational choices but are instead dependent upon the unconscious workings of their brain circuits
From "The Trouble with George Lakoff"
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2016 Issue 3 Religious Exemptions
Thank you for publishing “The Politics of Autonomy” by John Lesch. Lesch’s essay describes the...
2016 Issue 3 Abortion abortion access
Suchitra Dalvie’s article, “Harmony, Balance and Rights: Who Pays the Price?” states that ...
2016 Issue 3 Contraception
In “Does Big Pharma Believe in Autonomy?” Stuart WG Derbyshire correctly notes that some women w...
2016 Issue 3 Abortion Canada
It was a pleasure to read the article, “Conscientious Commitment to Women’s Health” by fellow ...
2016 Issue 3 Abortion conscience
In his article “Doctoring Conscience,” Dick van der Tak recounts some of the experiences of ...
2016 Issue 3 Abortion Italy
Daniela Colombo in her letter to the editor, “Italy’s Subtle War against Abortion,” (Vol. 37...