First of all, it is YOU who unsolicitly interjected "philosophy of human being" nonsense into the conversation.<quoted text>
I don't get NR's stubbornness regarding this definition. From the first time he interrupted that long ago conversation on the philosophy of human being, he has overlooked everything the philosophy discusses -- like being aware of self and others, interacting with environment, etc.-- in order to claim because human and human being are synonymous in common usage, then a fetus is a human being. Even though the fetus has no ability to be anything beyond potential human being until outside the womb.
It's as if he chooses to ignore this even as he weirdly personifies that potential into the equivalence of a newborn. You'd think NR had a romantic vision of newborns playing inside their mothers' wombs.
BITNER HERSELF said conceded "a human" (noun) is in the womb.
I later mentioned that she agreed a "human being" was in the womb.
She said that she said "a human"...not a "human being."
I said they are synonyms.
She said they are not synonyms and asked me to prove it.
I provided a thesaurus link that correctly says they synonyms. I then asked her to provide link demonstrating that they are not synonyms.
....and, she has failed to do so.
THEN, YOU pop up and begin bloviating about philosophy of human being. You realized Bitner was wrong, so you tried to change the question.