Title: Famine Relief
|Date:||June 11, 2012|
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So my overall normative principal is: Based on the situation we should try to choose the best overall outcome, but it's up to us to decide what the best outcome is. In relation to famine I think that any aid given is good, but we are not obligated to give it. If we can give it without moral sacrifice to ourselves, then yes we should do that, but we have the right, as the donator, to decide what to give, how much to give, when to give, or even if we should give at all...
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If we can give it without moral sacrifice to ourselves, then yes we should do that, but we have the right, as the donator, to decide what to give, how much to give, when to give, or even if we should give at all. O'Neill belives that people have a right not to kill. Yes I believe this, however I don't think that by not helping the starving we are killing them...
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