William Saletan, journalist and author of Bearing Right: How Conservatives Won the Abortion War, recently participated in a public dialogue with Ann Furedi, the chief executive of British Pregnancy Advisory Service, on the role of fetal development in the abortion debate.  The discussion centered on the panelists’ diverging views: Saletan thinks fetal development is central to the morality of abortion, whereas Furedi believes the moral significance of fetal development is subjective throughout pregnancy. In a follow-up essay, Saletan calls Furedi’s position “subjectivism run amok.” Furedi says … “there isn’t any profound point at which you can say there is a difference between one kind of fetus and another.” In other words, because the fetus develops new tissues and capacities each week, there’s no particular…