A Midwestern Doctor on Ethical Principles

One of the best ways I have found to summarize this is that unless someone is willing to suffer to abide by their ethical principles, their specific ethics are relatively meaningless, and are simply arbitrary ideals being chosen for convenience. Similarly, some activists are willing to take a very hard road to do what they feel is right, while others primarily adopt a cause because it is convenient for them and they receive the support of the majority for doing so.

— A Midwestern Doctor
What Roe vs. Wade Teaches Us About The Importance Of Medical Ethics (Opens new window)

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