Aff Round One - A choice is required for action and...

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reasonable expectation that many will be saved Humans understand cuaslaity there is o acotr sow e cnat evalute to resolution must defned not saving the many resolution talks abo Aff must say killing and not saving are the same thing Killing one person if morally permissible No moral distinction between killing and not saving Thomson: You control the direction of threat To save means the threat is prexisting
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Unformatted text preview: A choice is required for action and inaction Actor can’t choice to be absent The actor makes a force choice either way An external violention killing one instead of many in morally permissible intuitve Al The right to survive must be good for all deontological wont solve because killing and not saving are morally equivalent resort to an ends based Impact: The actor in the resolution is...
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