Gun Laws: Do They Make the State An Accomplice To Crime?
When it comes to gun-ownership rights, declaring, “It’s my right!” won’t suffice for everyone – especially outside the United States. We may have to use reasoning based on moral ethics because, in many countries, human rights seem to consist of only what their government tells them they’re entitled to.
Using arguments drawn from the philosopher of moral ethics, Mike Huemer, this video goes an extra mile to show how your right to own guns is consistent with the other rights we hold to in society.
The philosopher referenced in this video is Mike Huemer. You can view his presentation on this topic at: https://youtu.be/M0QunTqyrq0
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