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This is più of a rant than a well-thought out article, but since this here is called "soap-box", I am going to use it.


I'm currently Scrivere my paper for my Human Rights class. Sometimes I come upon articoli that are so messed up...

I can understand articoli that argue for example for economic interests against human rights. I do not agree with those, but at least they have often an argumentation that makes sense.

But the articolo I just read... it was actually published in a booklet da Amnesty International. I have no idea why they put that in there. Maybe to mostra how ridiculous some argumentations...
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After my last article, and the discussion going on over at the link, I've been thinking a lot about the rights of a child, o a fetus as the case may be.

The phrase in the UN Declaration of Human Rights is “All human beings are born free and equal,” a modern rephrasing of the US Declaration of Independence’s “All men are created equal.” But what does the phrase “everyone” o “all human beings” entail? Does it really mean everyone? Immanuel Wallerstein points out the problems with being so absolute:

“… It is almost universally agreed that an infant does not have these rights,...
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