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Mary Anne Warren is an American writer and philosophy professor. She is noted for her writings on the issue of abortion. Frequently her essays are required readings in academic courses dealing with the abortion debate and they are frequently cited in major publications like Peter Singer's The Moral of the Story: An Anthology of Ethics Through Literature[1] and Bernard Gert's Bioethics: A Systematic Approach .[2] She is sometimes described as a feminist, largely due to her ethicist writings being pro-choice.

She is also known for her writings on the implications of sex selection[3] and about animal treatment.

For many years Warren was a professor of philosophy at San Francisco State University.

Selected publications

Books

Essays

  • Warren, Mary Anne, On the Moral and Legal Status of Abortion. Monist 57:1 : 43-61. Reprinted in Mappes and DeGrazia 2001: 456-463, (1973)
  • Warren, Mary Anne, Do Potential People Have Moral Rights? In R Sikora and B Barry, eds. Obligations to Future Generations. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press,: 14-30, (1978)
  • Warren, Mary Anne, Postscript on Infanticide. Reprinted in Mappes and DeGrazia 2001: 461-463, (1982)
  • Warren, Mary Anne, "The Moral Difference Between Infanticide and Abortion: A Response to Robert Card" . Bioethics, Vol. 14, pp. 352-359, (October 2000)
  • Warren, Mary Anne, 'The Nature of Woman: an encyclopedia and guide to the literature' EdgePress (1980)

See also

References

  1. ^ Singer, Peter. The Moral of the Story: An Anthology of Ethics Through Literature. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing (2005). ISBN 1405105844.
  2. ^ Gert, Bernard/ Culver,Charles M./Clouser,K. Danner (2006). Bioethics: A Systematic Approach . Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195159063
  3. ^ Darnovsky, Marcy (January 1, 2004). "High-Tech Sex Selection: A New Chapter in the Debate". Center for Genetics and Society. http://www.genetics-and-society.org/resources/cgs/200401_genewatch_darnovsky.html.  
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