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Responsibility to Humanity

This paper answers the question, "Do we have any broader responsibility to humanity at large?" with an affirmative. Has an annotated bibliography.
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Responsibility to HumanityIntroduction Among the competing demands of international relations some haveasked Do we have any broader responsibility to humanity at large Whatthey are really asking is Do we need to consider the state of humanityfrom a global perspective or can we just concern ourselves solely with ourown welfare This is a compelling question because it demands that theanswerer weigh the value of humanity against the value of other commoditiesin our world such as technology profit convenience and politicaladvantage All of these

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