Moral Arguments: Killing in Self-Defense discussion

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1. Consider the claim: It is morally permissible to kill someone who poses a lethal threat to you only if that person has forfeited their right that you not kill them. Evaluate the plausibility of this claim.
• validate the plausibility of the claim
• start by explaining the view and explaining the kind of cases that might motivate the view
• provide examples of when the claim works
• start presenting cases in which the view works, but also explain the view 
• explain the vocabulary

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