toby at stein.u.washington.edu
Fri Jul 16 17:09:31 EST 1993
In article <9307162105.AA10733 at net.bio.net> SCHLOSSER at ciit.org writes:
>The slippery slope. I'm rather absolutist on not taking human life.
>If one is in immediate danger of being killed, then self-defense is
How about "I'm going to beat you unconcious" or "I'm going to rape
you"? Do these non-lethal attacks justify resistance with potentially
deadly force? I believe "rather absolutist" is an oxymoron.
toby at u.washington.edu
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