You got into the philosophy part of it. Really interesting points.
@Dave31989 Show me an unbiased opinion, and I’ll show you a logical fallacy.
@Dave31989 that’s kind of the whole point of MHO
to be biased?
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Depends on the situation
Let's say there are complications and the doctor has to choose between the baby or the woman. I feel he would choose the woman. Would you blame him for making the decision?
so does he then become a murderer. he's still "murdering" the baby, right?
Not in the eyes of the law. But you or anyone else could consider it murder.
so if you send someone to death, even though they're not a murderer, are you then, a murderer, yourself?
It can be viewed two ways. What if it was self defense? I feel most people wouldn't consider that person a murderer because they were protecting themselves. However, if they kill someone just to kill then yeah they are a murderer. Of course anyone could look at the person who's protecting themselves and still consider them a murderer. It depends on their perspective. it would also go into right and wrong in order to assess it that way. You seem to be approaching it through a philosophical way which doesn't really solve anything.