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21 April, 10:20

What is the difference between an obligation and a responsibility? give 2 examples of each.

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  1. 21 April, 11:13
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    A duty is what you owe to your fellow human as a fact of nature, and an obligation is what has been imposed by contract or custom. Generally, one is "obliged," or "obligated," by agreement or because of having received a benefit. If you take candy from a store, you have an obligation to pay for it.
  2. 21 April, 12:07
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    An obligation is the act of being free while responsibility is the act of having something to do.
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