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Charity Obligations

You’ve said that it would not be morally wrong to refuse to save the drowning child.

Why?

1. Perhaps this is because you think that we are never morally required to help others.

2. Or perhaps you think that we are required to do something to help others, but have free choice about how we help others.

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