One of the statements about liberty in the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen sets forth the idea that a person should have the right to do anything that does not harm someone else. Do you agree or disagree with this definition of liberty? How do you think society should decide what does/does not harm someone else? For example, one of the freedoms that some supporters of this defini-tion of liberty would argue should not be the business of the state would be the right to die. Are there any activities that might currently be illegal that you think are harmless, and that people should have the liberty to pursue in keeping with the Declaration of the Rights of Man?