What was “pro-life” about a movement that so easily discarded a human being and valorized her death — to save a cluster of cells?
Elizabeth Winkler is a writer based in Washington, DC. Her articles have appeared in The Economist, The New Republic, Foreign Policy, and The Millions. Follow her on Twitter @Zwinkler89.
Contagion creates new conditions for moral appraisal.
Intellectual imagination isn’t enough. Persuasion requires the exercise of the moral imagination too.