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For most posts on this blog, comments are turned off by default. For reasons why this is the case, and with which I largely agree, see this blog post at Bioethics Bulletin. I will open comments on individual blog posts when I explicitly desire feedback on something I have written. Those comments will be moderated; irrelevant, abusive comments will be sent to the circular file.

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5:59AM

The Washburn Philosophy Club hosts Don Marquis

Yesterday, the Washburn Philosophy Club (WPC) hosted its first guest speaker from off campus. Don Marquis (Kansas) was kind enough to talk to Washburn students and some of the faculty about his famous paper, "Why Abortion is Immoral" (Journal of Philosophy 86 (1989): 183-202). It's a very good thing that WPC has enough regular members to start bringing in outside speakers, and I hope this can continue.

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