Jessica, a patient who is pregnant in this case study. The findings reveal issues with her pregnancy. Marco, Jessica’s husband Maria and Dr. Wilson are all involved in the investigation. Marco is an important part of the narrative and provides support to Jessica on both her physical and emotional levels. Aunt Maria on the other side is a strong Christian family member and is supportive. As a doctor, Dr. Wilson must offer viable treatment options for Jessica’s issues as she is an unborn child with potentially fatal consequences. Jessica and her unborn baby should be aborted, according to Dr. Wilson. The current situation provokes strong emotions from those involved.
These theories identify creatures and things in the universe that are worthy of ethical consideration. It regulates how people behave toward an entity and imposes obligations morally on them. The notion of relationships is Biblically the best theory. The idea of relationships focuses on the evaluation of an individual’s moral concerns, based on their connections to other people and God (Meilaender 2013, 2013). Jessica’s faith connection to God must be considered when deciding the mother’s actions regarding her pregnancy. Jessica’s relationship with God indicates that He has greater plans for her baby. Therefore, it is important to maintain the fetus. The mother should also decide how morally the child should be treated by all those involved in making the crucial decision. This belief holds that rights of a person/being are based on their connection, like the relationship between parent and child.
Each participant in this case uses different strategies and concepts for solving the problem. Dr. Wilson uses the cognitive properties-based theory on moral agency. It is heavily based upon scientism. Dr. Wilson evaluates his cognitive abilities and uses the cognitive processes deductive reasoning and critical thinking to find the best solution to the problem. Dr. Wilson uses perception, memory and comprehension to justify abortion.