Oct 28, 2011
Human Dignity and the Freedom to Choose
Prof. James Otteson describes how the freedom to choose is a crucial element of human dignity. Part of what makes us human is having free will and the freedom to choose. Therefore, if you are to respect people as moral agents, you will abstain from restricting other individual’s choices. This principle is especially applicable when you’re fairly certain that they will make bad decisions.
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