Philosophy of Human Nature

Respond BOTH of the following questions: 1. Choose ONE of the following concepts/ideas: Pity, perfectibility, inequality, “the rights to have rights,” political emancipation, human emancipation. Analyze and discuss the meaning and role of this concept/idea in relation to the question of what it means to be human. Make sure that your discussion touches on the main arguments of the authors that are relevant to define the concept that you choose (1000 words/60 points). 2. The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (1789) and Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) assert that all these rights are “inalienable,” simply possessed by virtue of being human, regardless of nationality, gender, language, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, etc. Find an image that evokes visualizing that status of being human or not being human, according to readings of Unit 2, and particularly, the ‘Declaration of Rights of Men’ (1789) and the ‘UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights” (1948). You might choose any number of images (photos, paintings, etc.) depending on what evoked for you the status of being or not being human and to be aware of having or being deprived of those rights. Use your imagination. Drawing on the image that you choose, and with the help of Arendt’s or Marx’s critique of rights of men, to what extent the image you choose can inform about the awareness of possessing or not having the status of being human. Develop your view (500 words/40 points)

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