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Are We Guilty of Progressing?

The minefield of meta-ethics and the amorality of human advancement

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Is unequivocal, harmless progress even possible? Can we do well without perhaps unintentionally or indirectly harming someone else or even ourselves in the long run? Would an entirely innocent creature even seek to improve its situation?




The cosmic secrets of godlessness all wrapped up by a fellow with a Ph.D. writing on the internet

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Benjamin Cain

Benjamin Cain

Knowledge condemns. Art redeems. I learned that as an artistic writer who did a doctorate in philosophy. We should try to see the dark comedy in all things.

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