Is Violence Toward Oneself or Others ever Justified?

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Philosophy

 

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David M

 

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July 8, 2014

 

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University

 

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Violent acts in the form of self-defense are wholly acceptable as they allow the weak or passive peoples of the world to survive. The author also contends that suicide is a morally defendable action because each person has or should have the freedom to do to their bodies as they see fit. While McGinn allows for violence in the instance that one is provoked, I cannot endorse this argument...
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His ideal of "fair retaliation", or keeping all insults and comebacks on the same level, is unreasonable. Such fair or thought out reactions rarely occur because people would rather avenge wounded prides than respond rationally. When provoked, most people instinctively fight back with extra tenacity...
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