THE SOUL OF LIBERTY: “The Universal Ethic of Freedom and Human Rights” By Fred E. Foldvary

THE SOUL OF LIBERTY The Universal Ethic of Freedom and Human Rights. By Fred E. Foldvary Fred Foldvary‘s publications, papers, manuscripts Below are excerpts from the book THE SOUL OF LIBERTY with some words to a few sentences added or altered by me not to vandalize his book’s writing, rather to offer what I liked presented by me kind of in my way so enjoy and please by his bok I loved it. For freedom and human rights to mean anything, they must be specific principles founded on the bedrock of a fixed ethic. “Harm” should not be whatever the authorities don’t happen to like, but must be defined by the ethics in a manner that can be applied to all moral issues. Ethics is to human relations what health is to live. The rules of health tell us how to avoid sickness and death, and the rules of ethics tell us how to be free from social illness, injustice, exploitation, and crime. We must start with dignity and self-ownership for all in this endeavor. Our political, economic, and social problems are ultimately moral questions. Consider these examples: Do people have a right to food, shelter, and health services? Is abortion moral? Do parents have the right to raise their children as they wish? Should couples be allowed to marry and divorce at will? How should scarce resources be distributed? Should writing or art ever be censored? Should prostitution be prohibited or restricted? Should there be any laws at all concerning sex? Should people be allowed to ingest any drug they wish? Do animals have any rights? Are extremes of...

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