HAT Forum: The Intrinsic Value of a Human Being

Date: Saturday 2 August, 11:00-1:00
Location: 519 Church St., Room 201
Proposed by: Cecilia Rayo

The intrinsic value of a human being is said to be the same for all individuals, irrespective of their race, nationality, age, education, profession, health, behavior,  usefulness for someone or contribution to the society. 

Do you agree with this principle? Explain your position.

Do you think that Western societies follow this principle?

In which situations do you think this principle is applied and in which is not?