Sorry if you already posted this, but can you give some excerpts* from the FF's on abortion?
Inalienable rights. One is life.
Is brain death actual death?
Or do you believe that as long as the body is autonomously performing biological functions, such as breathing, that a person must be kept alive?
Yes. Understanding physiological process is key. When the brain is dead, the body can no longer perform autonomous life-sustaining functions. We can keep them going with machines, but that's not autonomous.
ETA: That's why we have living wills. The person can have their end-of-life choices on paper, so that they will be executed if the person is unable to execute them. When it's your body and yours alone, then you have the choice.
This post was edited on 11/14 at 10:31 am