Self-ownership, Human Rights, and Societal Liberty or Freedoms

Self-ownership, Human Rights, and Societal Liberty or Freedoms THE SOUL OF LIBERTY: “The Universal Ethic of Freedom and Human Rights” By Fred E. Foldvary Justice in the Workplace: morality/ethical dimensions Axiological Dignity: “Value Consciousness vs Value-Blindness” Why care? Because we are Dignity Beings. Utilizing Dignity? Dignity = respect? Moral fear and Moral love (which together motivate my axiological ethics)? How Do I Gain a Morality Persuasion or Make a Change to it? T.R.U.E. “The Rational Universal Ethics” Self-ownership: Abortion, Genital Mutilation, Prostitution, Drugs, and the Right to Die FREEDOM in relation to group status   To me, there is a confusion I see some make about the ontological nature of FREEDOM in relation to group status. They think it’s like being alone uninfringed by anything or anyone allowed to do anything. But how can you profess freedom, when you are alone and completely uninvolved with others when the freedom requested, is from the group, to begin with, whether or not one realizes it. So it is wrong to think that freedom is like being alone, rather a FREEDOM of this nature is found in the status of a group or in group dynamics where one individual still holds group sanctioned autonomy thus conceding some limit to one’s freedom rights where they interact with others freedoms. To me, freedom of the social engagement variety involves the reasonable acknowledgment of behavior bubbles of freedom restraint compared to the free flow of unhindered involvement with others freedoms. Social freedom in this way involves behaving in a group setting with freedom equally, which by nature has the internal limit to one’s free choice to do...