“A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus” Martin Luther King Jr.
I agree with mister King that a genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus therefore I oppose today’s topic and will argue that it isn’t morally permissible to kill one innocent man to save the lives of the many more innocent people.
Before I disprove the topic, I would like to Define a few key terms:
-Majority: the party or faction with the majority vote
-Sacrifice: the surrender or destruction of something prized or desirable for the sake of something considered as having a higher or more pressing claim
-Innocent: anyone doing a good deed for a good cause to help a large majority of people.
-Evil: marked by anger, irritability, irascibility, etc.
The value that I shall uphold is that of responsibility this is important because the human beings moral responsibility is to know what is right and wrong
The criteria that I support is that of:
1-The human creature has the responsibility to act rationally and think before he acts
2-The human creature has the responsibility to act accordingly and just upon other human creatures
3-The human being has the responsibility to realize what is right and what is wrong
Therefore I confide that this debate ought to be decided in favor of the that best supports the individual human creature’s has a moral obligation to understand that killing under any circumstance is wrong on the grounds of the obligations of human’s moral responsibility to uphold human rights as a moral foundation of common moral behavior is necessary to obtain true justice.
Before I begin my case I would like to clarify the resolution with the following observations
Observation #1) The human creatures natural tendency is not to kill other humans therefore there is not a connection between the act of killing a small # or any # of people for that matter in order to save the lives of...