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This is a blessing and a fault, as it is both difficult to make me unhappy, but I have a difficult time fomenting change in my ownlife.
The specific wording quoted in the Minnesota Star article, OTOH, suggested that this was a narrow ban on either providing how-to information or directly urging someone to take his/her ownlife.
I felt so proud of her and was inspired by her to want to achieve more in my ownlife!
These missteps lead the court to rely upon how rights and liberties have been limited and restricted — addressing regulations to prevent fraud in the sale of misbranded and adulterated medications or safety restrictions applicable to all medicines for any palliative purpose — which says little about the historic importance of the underlying right of a person to save her ownlife....
There was a word for it in Newspeak: ownlife, it was called, meaning individualism and eccentricity.
A social construction whose core teaching is that humans are not competent to make these choices and hence we’d be better of if they weren’t free to make them seems to me utter incompatible with the libertarian construction that argues the exact opposite — that only the individual is competent to make choices about his ownlife.
I’d be interested to hear the natural law concept that “life” refers to that allows the government to fail to give me reasonable accomadations in my attempts to save my ownlife.
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