Though often invoked by pro-life supporters, Thomas Aquinas in fact
held that human life begins after conception, not at the
moment of union. But in following the twists and turns of Aquinas'
thinking about the beginning and end of human life, Fabrizio
Amerini reaches a nuanced interpretation that will unsettle both
sides in the abortion debate.
Subjects: Philosophy, Religion
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