According to American social theorist James
Q. Wilson, the author of The Moral Sense (1993), some people from birth seem to
have a great capacity for empathy and justicewhat Aristotle called natural
virtue. People at the higher levels of moral development, like the people in
the above photo, are more likely to rescue others in distress, even at a risk
to their own lives. Does the duty of beneficence require that we help others in
distress and, if so, what are the limits, if any, on this duty? Support your
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