The beginning of the decline Characterising harm Loss of autonomy? Defining the problem Notes Injured bodies Natural born reproducers Wrongful pregnancy as a personal injury Orthodox injuries Harmed minds, harmed bodies Paradigm shifts Conclusion Notes Health, disability and harm Emerging dichotomies The disability exception Parental autonomy The importance of context Rees in the House of Lords Conclusion : what kind of autonomy? Notes The harm paradox The mitigation ethic Mitigation is dead Long live choice My family and other animals Conclusion : a harm paradox? Notes Constructions of the reasonable woman On being responsible Responsible women Self-regarding woman : still a choice Natural woman : she had no other choice The woman in need Conclusion : not a choice? Notes Reproductive choice, reproductive reality A (wo)man's right to choose Reversing nature's discrimination In practice abortion is not a choice Women do not experience abortion as a choice Women are conforming, not choosing Conclusion Notes The moral domain of autonomy What kind of person? Beyond personhood A relational approach Being responsible beings Concluding remarks.
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