Philosophy Ethnic Discussion 5

Jun 3rd, 2015
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Analyze the case according to the concepts of Natural Law and Natural Rights. For example, what human rights are being upheld or denied in the case? 

  1. On a Saturday morning in the spring of 2010 in New York City, a homeless man attempted to save a woman from an attacker and was stabbed in process. For over an hour he lay bleeding on the sidewalk in plain view of passersby. Several people stopped to look at him. One man shook him. Another took a photo of him with a cell phone. But no one helped him or called 911. The man died there.

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