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Date: August 12, 2003
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Although Thomson's analogy of the violinist may seem a bit shaky, it doesn't really have an effect on the way she makes her points concerning her stances on abortion. She clearly addresses many radical and traditional beliefs of abortion throughout her essay, and then she refutes many of them through means that are unrelated to the initial violinist analogy...
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She clearly addresses many radical and traditional beliefs of abortion throughout her essay, and then she refutes many of them through means that are unrelated to the initial violinist analogy. Therefore, the quality of the violinist analogy doesn't really affect her overall argument and position on the issue...
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