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awarded  Popular Question
2017
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asked What does Sartre think about the being of animals? According to sartre, how are animals and humans different?
2016
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awarded  Caucus
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accepted What ethical system did the USA implement in its constitution and why?
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comment What ethical system did the USA implement in its constitution and why?
@virmaior 1) i've added some context to my question. 2) ah, right. I forgot to look that up.
Jul
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revised What ethical system did the USA implement in its constitution and why?
added additional context
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asked What ethical system did the USA implement in its constitution and why?
Jul
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accepted On a kantian perspective, is it morally wrong to find a terrible event in our history very interesting?
Jun
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revised On a kantian perspective, is it morally wrong to find a terrible event in our history very interesting?
fixed typo
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comment On a kantian perspective, is it morally wrong to find a terrible event in our history very interesting?
well, then I'll split up my questions (at least in two of your questions i'm very unsure in.).
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awarded  Supporter
Jun
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comment On a kantian perspective, is it morally wrong to find a terrible event in our history very interesting?
@virmaior what do you mean by "Without a framework, the only two choices are all frameworks or opinion-based"? I currently have no real moral opinion (at least not sth i'm very sure in).
Jun
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comment On a kantian perspective, is it morally wrong to find a terrible event in our history very interesting?
@ChrisSunami My interest is just plain scientific curiosity, not (at least not primarily) that those horros won't be forgotton.
Jun
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awarded  Editor
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revised On a kantian perspective, is it morally wrong to find a terrible event in our history very interesting?
explained interest
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asked On a kantian perspective, is it morally wrong to find a terrible event in our history very interesting?
Feb
17
awarded  Scholar
Feb
17
accepted Why is it ethical wrong to rescue lots of lives to the expence of a single one?
Feb
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comment Why is it ethical wrong to rescue lots of lives to the expence of a single one?
Since torture is not acceptable in some situations just because of curiosity: when would torture be then acceptable?
Feb
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comment Why is it ethical wrong to rescue lots of lives to the expence of a single one?
Thanks a lot for your informative answer. A pleasure to read :) while other fundamental/human/basic rights (whatever they are called) can be relativised, the one that constitutes humanity as such, human dignity, must not. Is this just determined by the numerical order of the laws?