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Don't Want to Vaccinate? Fine, but You Have to Accept the Price

Tomer Persico
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Tomer Persico

The defense of freedom of religion and conscience is one of the foundations of liberal society. It originated in the religious conflicts of the 16th century, with the spread of the Reformation, and today is regarded as a basic right.

Put simply, the government cannot force upon us anything that goes against our conscience, and it must allow us express the judgments of our conscience. Like every right, it is not absolute, but the limitations placed on it should be minimal and rare.

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