Comment 63564

By Brandon (registered) | Posted May 16, 2011 at 09:04:07 in reply to Comment 63538

4: One such standard is that: It is unethical for one person to freely initiate the use of physical violence against another person without their consent. I'll call this this “The non-violence principal”, and it's unethical opposite: the free (unforced) initiation of the use of physical violence against another person without their consent, “The violence principal”.

This is a pleasant idea, but if it were true, then we'd have no assault cases, would we?

Some people truly have no problem with the concept of "Might makes right", which is why we have laws and people to enforce them in the first place.

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