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Doc Lecture 02.24.2010

Doc Lecture 02.24.2010 - LECTURE FEB 24 2010 NICKEL DIMED...

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LECTURE, FEB. 24, 2010 NICKEL + DIMED 223-235 -right to privacy: marital bedroom (the front floor) is the boundary between personal space and the state -Griswold: it’s not about being married, it’s about being individuals to this right of privacy. Access to the right of privacy is an individual’s matter. Everyone should be able to access this information -Roe v. Wade: problem of medical decision. “Abortion is a medical issue, and therefore has the same procedures as other medical issues” State cannot prone through your files, like other medical issues. -Women’s access to this medical procedure in the first three months. 2nd three month’s abortion is more dangerous to women, and the state’s concern for the women’s heath kicks in. 3 rd trimester, fetus is viable, the state’s interest in protecting the right to life kicks in. -Bowers: is this right broad enough to protect matter of two consenting adults? (YES). -Matters of heterosexuals, yes for the right to privacy, but not to homosexuals there has to be limit to privacy, to who is protected -what shapes Hobbes describes the normative heterosexual life. This isn’t about privacy, this is
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