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In our paper, we will endeavor to develop an argument showing that since health is one of our primary goods that needs to be protected as one of our basic human rights, and since the health status of individuals are not determined only by their personal choices, we claim that it would be unfair to consider accessing healthcare as something removable or limitable based on conditions other than medical criteria.
A sicko, a pervert, yes, but nevertheless someone perfectly controllable, limitable, repressible, disappearable even, in the closed circuit of the building, the neighborhood, the country, the nation.
45) It should be noted that in one of the preparatory texts written by the Commission for Bishops and the Governance of Dioceses the text granted that the bishop's office was by divine right, but his jurisdiction was considered to derive from papal delegation and to be limitable by papal decision.