4.权利自由原则 动物: Itisabreachoftheirnaturalrightstotakethembyforceintocaptivityforourownpurposes. Animalshavetherighttobetreatedasbeingsofvalueinthemselves,notasthemeanstohumanends. 死刑: Th...4.权利自由原则
It is a breach of their natural rights to take them by force into captivity for our own purposes.
Animals have the right to be treated as beings of value in themselves, not as the means to human ends.
The right to life is inviolable and protected by law.
One human right is the right to life and taking a life away by execution is cruel, inhumane and degrading.
People should be free to participate in activities with others as long as it does not affect the safety of non-participants.
They feel that being watched constantly is like being in a jail, and that ordinary people are losing their freedom because of these devices.
Compulsorily retiring old employees can affect the older individual's freedom - and right - to work and can deprive society of valuable experience and insights.
Banning alcohol infringes people's civil liberties to an unacceptable degree.
While a government has a responsibility to protect its population, it also has a responsibility to defend their freedom of choice.
Banning advertisements is a severe restriction upon freedom of speech.
We have accepted that freedom of expression should have limits.
The risks of stifling free expression far outweigh the potential for unacceptable material.
An individual's rights end when they impinge on the safety and rights of others.
Famous people deserve privacy and respect.
Although, generally speaking, the media should not interfere in people's private lives, there are times when it is correct to do so.
Mothers should have as much freedom as anyone else in society to decide what is best for them and their children.
If they feel that the child would be best educated at home, by them or by another, that is their right.
They feel that this is one area of life where they have the right to make decisions for themselves.
Among these opponents are "equal education" advocates, who argue that every student has the same right to enjoying high quality education regardless of gender, race, wealth, and most importantly, regardless of their minor differences in intellectual abilities.
So-called "elite culture" should be available for all to enjoy, and not just confined to the rich.