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Resolved: In the context of innovation, the proactionary principle ought to be valued above the precautionary principle.
This case is centered around arguing that the precautionary principle unreasonably and unjustly infringes on liberty, and the proactionary principle rights that wrong.
Central to the argument in this case is the claim that the precautionary principle not only limits liberty, it does so unjustly. Everyone’s liberty is limited to a certain extent—that is the only way society could work. The question is how much can that liberty be limited. One common answer is that your liberty can only be limited when your liberty causes harm to others. The question is whether that also extends to when your liberty causes a risk of harm to others. The argument in this case is that the answer is no.