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Deduction P1 Do good/avoid evil P2 Killing a person is evil C don’t kill people Determination P1 Do good/ avoid evil P2 Being harmed by dangerous equipment is evil C Put in place suitable protections Determinism – individuals have a choice in realizing the common good P1 Do good/ avoid evil P2 It is good that you return borrowed goods to their owners as promised C You should return Farud’s chain saw as promised Much of our lives occur through determinism rather than deduction. Successful states have the rule of Law. Deduction comes from natural law – this is seen universally – it makes sense that it is evil, because it goes against our human instinct. It is not always obvious what the right protection is in DETERMINATION. The more we move away from the core the more choice there is , the more exceptions can possibly arise. Natural law tells us what is good and what is not, and yet it is not enough. The human law is needed to supplement the natural law.
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