Phil 164-2 - Binds rational beings to minimize harm to...

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Phil 164-2 15:13 Morality Physical – harm to oneself and harm to others? Is it morally permissible to interfere in one’s life from harming themselves? Self ownership – libertarian viewpoint. Psychological John Stewart Mills has a harm principle. Code To whom does it apply? He gives the answer of rational individuals. Not entirely to human beings, but anything that has an opinion.
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Unformatted text preview: Binds rational beings to minimize harm to oneself or another. Characterizations dont say anything about the nature of the code, so what is it actually? The code says nothing about the following questions: Does the code bind everyone independently of what they think? Why should we follow the moral code? 15:13 15:13...
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