When should minors have any ultimate, inalienable Right to their lives, and their lives alone?

Posted by: Mremann87

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1

It's a birthright

It's Right by Human Nature.
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2

At demonstration of moral consciousness

Upon development of the ability to reciprocate Rights.
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3

Maybe

Depends on the weather.
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4

Free speech means free speech for all

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5

Only at current age of majority

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6

Never

Adult children cannot even be kidnapped by their parents(when joining an unpopular cult)
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7

At the historical average age of reason

At 7 years of age
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8

Spin the bottle

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Forthelulz says2015-06-05T16:34:54.7907351-05:00
Those guns ain't loaded, kiddo.
Kreakin says2015-06-05T18:01:31.9226819-05:00
@Mremann87 please define ultimate, inalienable Right to their lives, and their lives alone, it is not clear to me what you mean.
Mremann87 says2015-06-05T18:26:57.1676171-05:00
Sorry you'll have to narrow that down. Define what aspect? Right? With Natural Rights(the Rights I advocate), there is no one recognized as morally superior or morally inferior, no one there to suspend another's Rights collectively. It's all consent-based... What say ye?
Kreakin says2015-06-05T18:32:19.2634070-05:00
It has a double meaning hence the differing answers in the vote comments. Right to self govern or right to live?
Kreakin says2015-06-05T18:33:33.5676359-05:00
Just feels like a anti choice poll trying to twist things, maybe I'm wrong.
Mremann87 says2015-06-05T19:24:24.7835120-05:00
Anti choice poll? You mean abortion? I think I'm understanding you. It certainly would have implications. But that was not my intention. I'm somewhat undecided, while in the past learning toward the choicer side...

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