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1 Rights create obligations type of moral discourse involve agents being who act are acted upon People are given obligations to respect your rights There is no right to obligate other people rights Conventional rights Created by group of people as law or regulation in our society Ex right to vote to purchase weapon Moral rights Discovered from generation to generation these are universal rights they exist because of the nature of things2 Bilevel approach to moral rights Upper level Desire free rational get full moral rights Lower level All other agents get dimensional rights base on for ex vulnerability to pain death or conventional rights Strength Free rational Weakness Give up universal rights3 Potentiality approach to moral rights The beings wthe potentiality to become free rational deserve moral rights Weakness It has not been yet to come just the expectation The child does not have a full moral right as adult Strength Satisfaction for other people one die to save many others is acceptable1 The good will is always good because of not the consequences associate with it it is good in itself2 Only the only motivate w moral value is one directed by a rational respect for duty Duty is the soul of morality soul of motivation If your motivations are selfish or determined by feeling or sentiments they have no moral worth3 Two from of the categorical imperative Act only according to that maximize a motivation by which you can at the same time will that it should become a universal law Act so that you treat humanity whether in your own person or in that of another always as an end never as a means only Hypothetical imperative If I want it then I must do it self consider selfish1 Maximize rationality provide utilitarianism wconsiderable power appeal Seek to maximize intrinsic good utilitarianism gains its power from maximizing rationality Utilitarianism
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