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  • zygote
  • The 1 cell fertilized egg, also known as the zygote, has the power to form all types of human cells including extraembryonic tissues that even embryonic stem cells and iPS cells cannot form. (ipscell.com)
  • A human zygote, embryo, fetus - all stages of pre-born life - align with the very definition of the word "life," which is: "The condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity, & continual change preceding death. (studentsforlife.org)
  • Well, when does human personhood begin has now a new urgency in the context of the revised personhood movement, and I hope that public education on the scientific notions of personhood may finally quash the idea that a zygote is a person. (swarthmore.edu)
  • adult
  • Since a newborn, unlike an adult, is incapable 'of anticipating the future, of having wants and desires for the future', Singer has written, so they do not suffer by being deprived of a life they could never have imagined anyway. (kenanmalik.com)
  • It does not matter if these human "clumps of cells" are an embryo, toddler, adolescent, adult, or an elderly person. (studentsforlife.org)
  • If it results in pregnancy, survival of the fittest kicks in and the adult (being the more fit than the fertilized egg) can make what ever decision she wants. (satannet.com)
  • Indeed, the topics of this meeting have been our dinner table conversations throughout our adult life, much to the consternation of our children. (swarthmore.edu)
  • stages
  • To a certain extent the first stages of brain formation for a human being will have to recapitulate the evolutionary progress: it would be absurd to postulate two different ways of achieving the same structure. (lrb.co.uk)
  • biology
  • Howard A. Schneiderman Professor of Biology Scott Gilbert admits he can't answer the question he poses at the start of his popular talk. (swarthmore.edu)
  • I started realizing there's pretty amazing biology all around us, and we have very little understanding of how the development of cities and urbanization in general, which is happening throughout the world, is influencing not only the ecology but also the evolution of the organisms that live around us and sometimes even with and in some cases on or in us. (geek.com)
  • right-to-l
  • NEWSWEEK: Bush at right-to-life rally says all human beings begin life as a feces. (rutgers.edu)
  • NEWSWEEK reports that President Bush, appearing before a right-to-life rally in Tampa, Florida on June 17, 2004 stated: 'We must always remember that all human beings begin life as a feces. (rutgers.edu)
  • But the bottom line is always the same - the baby is a person, whose right to life is just as non-negotiable as yours or mine. (all.org)
  • It is the deprivation of an individual's right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. (liberty-tree.ca)
  • Burton's initiative, if approved by voters in November, would extend state constitutional protections to every fertilized egg, guaranteeing the right to life, liberty, equality of justice and due process of law. (blogspot.com)
  • On some rights-such as the right to life-there is no room for compromise. (thepublicdiscourse.com)
  • Johnson
  • Rewind: In March 2019, the movie, "Unplanned", about former Planned Parenthood director turned pro-life leader Abby Johnson was being released in theatres. (studentsforlife.org)
  • I actually don't like cities that much, but being a professor with a young family, I'm now kind of stuck in one of North America's largest cities," study co-author Marc Johnson told the CBC in an interview. (geek.com)
  • One of the more unusual findings, according to Johnson, is that humans are evolving too. (geek.com)
  • equally
  • Does not the argument that newborns are part of the moral community of humans, and hence require protection, apply equally to fetuses? (kenanmalik.com)
  • abortions
  • And a similar debate rages within the pro-life movement: Are these laws a "silver-bullet" that will ultimately ban all abortions in the nation? (studentsforlife.org)
  • President Bush
  • Rumors have swirled that as many as four justices may die or be forced to retire by poor health and age while pro-life President Bush remains in office. (washingtontimes.com)
  • children
  • In the past, the platform has said, "Children are human beings and, as such, have all the rights of human beings. (l4l.org)
  • 2 Are children human beings prenatally? (l4l.org)
  • People who incorporate family planning dogma from celebate, pedophile enabling elderly men, don't pass the litmus test for having children to begin with. (ipscell.com)
  • Animals, too, who possess greater cognitive abilities than young children have, Singer insists, a greater claim to life than they do. (kenanmalik.com)
  • What a hypocritical statement - the truth is we are more conscious of money than we are of the well-being of children. (liberty-tree.ca)
  • Don't interfere with the natural order of nature or (depending on when you believe life starts) don't bring harm to young children (in this case, very young). (satannet.com)
  • A boarding for children aged 3 to 14 who come from homes that are not able to provide them with the all basic necessities of life. (auroville.org)
  • organizations
  • Critics, including pro-life and Catholic organizations that are fiercely lobbing against the bill, say it would authorize premeditated murder and that only physicians should dispense drugs. (washingtontimes.com)
  • fact
  • Every baby should be wanted, for the sole fact that he is a human being. (all.org)
  • In fact, everything around us is still evolving, and humans are becoming a much larger factor in that shift. (geek.com)
  • At the beginning of Memorabilia , Xenophon, in fact, portrays Socrates as uninterested in the abstract investigations of the physical philosophers. (stanford.edu)
  • theologians
  • The question as to when a human being begins is strictly a scientific question, and should be answered by human embryologists not by philosophers, bioethicists, theologians, politicians, x-ray technicians, movie stars, or obstetricians and gynecologists. (l4l.org)
  • women
  • If pregnant women are human beings, why not when they themselves were zygotes? (l4l.org)
  • Why is it that many of the same folks who are most fervent about protecting the rights of 1 cell fertilized eggs are the same ones who are opposed to giving full human rights to women and fail to do all they can to take care of real people? (ipscell.com)
  • newborn
  • Rose is fully content to say that a newborn is not quite human (which has nothing to do with rights to life and care). (lrb.co.uk)
  • creatures
  • One is implied directly: start at the beginning of life itself, tracing the appearance of more and more complex living creatures, some of which develop organs that better and better perform brain-like functions. (lrb.co.uk)
  • muscles
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  • value
  • With this amendment, Colorado has an opportunity to send a clear message that every human life has value," Huckabee said. (blogspot.com)
  • think
  • I think that there's social information, or misinformation, that's being given, and I call this the Syllabus of Errors. (swarthmore.edu)
  • believe
  • Here, it is sufficient to say that although we do not consider their doubt justified and we believe that human society has continued its course of an all-round evolution and is approaching its final phase, at the same time their doubts are not quite without foundation. (aimislam.com)
  • people
  • As I've said many times before, if we give cells human rights than we must at the same take away rights from real, living, breathing people. (ipscell.com)
  • The egg, then the foetus, then the infant, develops into a fully brained human as the skull and its contents grow in a world rich in experience of people and things. (lrb.co.uk)
  • agree
  • I am not and cannot on moral grounds agree that a human life can be taken simply as a matter of convenience. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • Besides, humans cannot understand the universe, as shown by the inability of those who engage in these kinds of study to agree (I.i.11-14). (stanford.edu)
  • merely
  • Rose's attitude is clear: to be fully human does not mean merely possessing a brain that weighs at least 1300 grammes. (lrb.co.uk)
  • social
  • But the social or historical evolution, being acquired by man's effort, has not been handed down from one generation to another, or from zone to zone through heredity, and there is not even a possibility of its being such. (aimislam.com)