chap2bmgt - Chapter 2 Part 1- End of chapter Questions...

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Chapter 2 Part 1- End of chapter Questions Answer A: In the model of reasoning thinking “Rights talk” Mary Ann Glendon has talked about a way in which the rights have developed in America. She tried to emphasize on the topic of absolute rights. According to Glendon, people of America talk rights as an “all or nothing” affair. This means that if they follow the rights, they will do it full willingness and if they do not follow the rights they would not take the rights seriously at all. People stick to the thing that they have a right to do and live as they choose. This is the thing that harms diversity. This is the thing that avoids the person from changing his/her viewpoint. This makes a person sticks to his views, even if such rights harms the other groups or even if they do not want to offend the people of other groups. As a result, they harm diversity in one way or the other. Any attempt to change this “right to do and choose how to live” can take people away from freedom. Glendon clearly states the fact that there are absolute rights in America but there is very less emphasis on “responsibilities” of those rights. As a result of not being so responsible towards the rights, the
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2010 for the course BUSINESS M 2600 taught by Professor Willaimk.goree during the Spring '10 term at Toledo.

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