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Does The Second Amendment Codify Natural Law or is the RKBA A Man-Made Construct?
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Against the backdrop of every major Second Amendment case rests a fundamental and profound philosophical question. The question is this: does the right of the people to keep and bear arms exist as a quality, feature, attribute, aspect, condition, or characteristic intrinsic to the individual, existing, then, within the individual, or is the right to be perceived as an endowment, bestowed on the individual by others, something, then, extrinsic to the individual—existing, if at all, outside the individual?
|Wow. I will have to soak my eyeballs in boric acid for a week to recover from trying to read that.