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Unformatted text preview: to us through natural law, but through the moral code consigned to us. Though we can agree that freedoms and kindnesses should be possessed a given without instruction. If all or most of mankinds behavior was conducive to your claims of natural rights by natural law, I could see myself agreeing with your point of view and philosophy, but in fact that is not the case. Man, by nature, is not kind; is not charitable; is not naturally good. Most of those who are walking the path that leads to your perception of what are natural rights and laws are usually indeed walking the moral path of divine law, given by God. Joshua Ingmire Philosophy Student Yours sincerely, < Your Signature >...
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