The Cosmopolitanism Analysis

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Human Rights play a role in everyone’s life, but not everyone realizes it. Though humans are granted with many freedoms, only a small portion of them know about it. Humans are permitted with many rights for the good of protecting themselves from people’s malicious actions and the government’s role of discrimination on ethnicity. Humans have the right to make choices for themselves, the right to petition the government, and the right to privacy. As a human, “we are all free and equal.” However, there are some people who aren’t fully aware of their rights because they think they are born free, have their own thoughts and ideas, and they should be treated equally like everyone else just because they live in a democratic nation. As a human, making …show more content…
As a human, we have the right to make the choices for ourselves without anyone’s interference. Thus this right cannot be violated by anyone beside yourself when it comes to making the decision. According to the novel The Cosmopolitanism Reader by Garret W. Brown and David Held, “one should always behave so as to treat with equal respect the dignity of reason and moral choice in every human being.” Reasoning and moral choice is what makes every human being seems unique if they know how to use it properly. Though some people know how to use it properly, there still a chance of having that decision turned against their own will if they don’t know what their human rights are. Human rights are somewhat limited to some places that you can’t speak up your mind freely and feel free to do what you …show more content…
If you are to ask a group of 30 students in high school or college what is “human rights” they would probably give you the “I don’t know” face expression. This shows that not many people are aware of their human rights because they have live in a better country than the one who lives in a “Dictatorship” country. The right to privacy provide the protection over your family and your name from being falsely charged. Therefore nobody should try to harm your good name nor has the right to come into your home without any good reason. Regardless of what others have to think or says about you, you have the equal protection under the Bill of Rights and the 14th amendment. Under the Bill of Rights the 1st Amendment give us the right privacy in beliefs. According to Exploring Constitutional Conflicts the 1st Amendment stated that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” The 1st Amendment has a strong protection for human’s equality in a way that benefit them from being exposed to the public. And the 3rd Amendment protects our home from having soldiers quartered in without the owner’s approval nor in time of war, except by having a court consent of

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