Don marquis and michael tooley

 Don Marquis, in “Why Abortion is Immoral,” champions an account of the wrongness of killing that he calls the ‘future-like-ours’ account. Marquis considers two alternative accounts of the wrongness of killing that have different implications for the ethics of abortion – the discontinuation account and the desire account. Explain the first “problem” that Marquis raises against the desire account. How does Tooley tentatively respond to a similar worry in “Abortion and Infanticide”?