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are wrongfully harmed. The legislature could use civil measures to
The emotional response, the objector might add, has two parts: feeling harmed, and becoming angry as a result; and anticipating the satisfaction of getting even.
It seems plausible to suppose that flying under these conditions has harmed you, as compared with similarly situated passengers on a flight without engine failure.
On the Harm View the strength of a right is subjective in the following way: just how strong a right of mine is depends on how much I'd be harmed by its infringement.
However, since that event did not occur, the plans were not harmed. Moreover, since Ahlberg was the sole beneficiary of the plan, any harm the plan might have suffered would have harmed only him.
The account of harm that she explicitly endorses is Feinberg's normative sense of harm, on which "[t]o say that A harmed B ...
(16) But in political debate, interest groups have learned to claim that they are harmed by any conduct they wish to regulate.
May explains the idea of harm to humanity as follows: "To determine if harm to humanity has occurred, there will have to be one of two (and ideally both) of the following conditions met: either the individual is harmed because of that person's group membership or other non-individualized characteristic, or the harm occurs due to the involvement of a group such as the State" (p.
She said the issue surrounded "a very distinct group" who harmed themselves as a way of coping rather than for attention.
When you look at the malpractice suits that are filed, even though only 2 percent of negligence leads to suits, people who have been victims of negligence are the ones most likely to sue, and people who have suffered non-negligent "adverse events"--in short, those who have been harmed by their care--are next most likely to sue.
She took her first report to Senator Patrick Leahy who sponsored legislation to provide $18 million in aid to innocent Iraqis who were harmed in the military operations.
And 50% of young people who commit suicide were found to have deliberately harmed themselves in the previous year.
If the party that allegedly caused the harm does not respond within 30 days, the party that was harmed may immediately file suit.
It responds to a common feeling: one who wrongfully inflicted harm should not benefit and should compensate the person he harmed. The actual feeling is something like this: Why should he, who deprived me of one eye, continue to enjoy two eyes?