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Arguing, Resolved: As a General Principle, Individuals Have an Obligation to Value the Common Good Above Their Own Interests
"A just society is founded on the recognition that all members of that society have equal worth and dignity. The interests of any one person cannot count more than the interests of any one else. Valuing the "common good" over an individuals own interests is based on the recognition that individuals concern that their own interests be looked after must be extended to the interests of others." It is because I agree with this quote by Peter Singer, Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University, that I must stand in firm affirmation of today's resolution:
Resolved: As a general principle, individuals have an obligation to value the common good above their own interests.
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