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Unformatted text preview: 1. "Parents have an absolute right to inculcate their own moral values in their children." 2. "Though it may be wrong, for various reasons, to kill nonhuman animals, such animals do not in themselves possess a right to life." 3. "Everyone has an inalienable right to reproduce." 4. "Every person has a moral right to encourage others to share his or her beliefs, regardless of whether he or she has evidence for those beliefs." 5. "It could never be morally right to disobey the commands of an omniscient and omnipotent being who had created the universe." 6. "Incest is always prima facie wrong." 7. "Married couples who decide never to have children are making a morally wrong choice." 8. "No innocent human being should ever be compelled to do something that he or she doesn't want to do, simply because it is in that human being's own interest." 9. "People have a moral right only to what they have earned through their own efforts." 10. "Breaking the law is always at least prima facie wrong." ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course PHIL 3480 taught by Professor Potter during the Winter '08 term at Colorado.
- Winter '08