It is not society, nor any social right, that forbids you to kill—but the
inalienable individual right of another man to live. This is not a “compromise”
between two rights—but a line of division that preserves both rights
untouched. The division is not derived from an edict of society—but from your
own inalienable individual right. The definition of this limit is not set
arbitrarily by society—but is implicit in the definition of your own right.
Within the sphere of your own rights, your freedom is absolute.