On the thread of not victimizing people, Plato said that we are all born with an intrinsic sense of justice. I tend to believe this. I think that my ethic recognizes this because the vast majority of the people that are confronted with allegations of poor sexual ethics will usually respond by saying that they "are not hurting anyone". The intrinsic human sense of justice would have us feel like those activities are acceptable as long as no one is being hurt.
In conclusion, I affirm my statement that a lack of victimization, and a respect for all people and their decision making skills, are the crucial elements of my ethical formation. I understand that there are other opinions out there, and they may be valid as well, but I feel like I have effectively defended my ethic. Considering this is a theology course, I couldn't help but realize that this is almost a Christian take on ethics. Christ advocated above all to love one's neighbor, and I consider respecting a person and their rights as results of a type of general love toward all people.
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