Aristotle, Abortion, and the March for Life

A long, long, time ago…in a land far, far away, there was something called logic – Aristotelian logic that is. What is that you might say? Well, the idea that by working from clear assertions (apophanseis) you can arrive at perfect deductions or ends (teleios). If you are old enough to have absorbed logical thinking from your ambient air back in the day when there was a thing called “objective truth” (ugh…how archaic right!) or privileged enough to have had a parent who insisted you take philosophy in college, you may remember Aristotle’s syllogism: If A = B; and B = C; then A = C. Pretty straight forward right? Not anymore. Continue reading “Aristotle, Abortion, and the March for Life”