Natural Law and the Case for Life

Natural Law and the Case for Life

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4,506 words (≈ 18 minutes)

"When does a person get his natural rights? Does his life, liberty, and property begin after he is born, of after he is conceived? And even if he did have his property rights upon conception, what of the mother's rights to her body?" The question as to when a person obtains their basic rights to life, liberty, and property is a hotly contested social issue of the modern era. This essay is written from a pro-life stance that the right to life stems from the fact that… (more)

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SardoWeems
SardoWeems (4 books)
Tue, 23 Sep 2014 07:52:32 +0200

There is a philosophical concept called Natural Law. It postulates that there are laws binding on every human being regardless of their gender, nationality, location, religion, politics, wealth, or race. If an athiest bothers with philosophy at all, he'll lean towards Natural Law because it has absolutely no connection to religion. Although Hobbes took a stab at listing Natural Laws, the only existing political document enumerating them is the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights.… (more)



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Language: English

Written in: 2012

Published: 2012-05-15

Word count: 4,506 words (≈ 18 minutes)

License: Attribution No Derivatives (cc by-nd)

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