Monday, December 3, 2012

Not A Subset, if Possible

"She advises something to the effect, "assert your claim to dignity in that context every time." Privilege or right, we are fortunate that is possible where we live. It is so largely because a certain society has been given its own impression that the human entity is worthy of such consideration.

"And yet, advocacy that 'others' are not worthy has had a very long historical run."

Turning the corner on this one seems an idea whose time has come, he thought - and from a position of relative strength. Best described as a tipping point or perhaps critical mass ... or just wishful thinking?

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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