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Answered using philosophy and ethics from Avengers: Infinity War

Are intentions or outcomes more important when judging whether actions are moral?

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Your butt clenches as Thanos yanks the soul stone from Vision’s head and tosses his corpse onto the ground beside Wanda Maximoff, the Scarlet Witch. You plop another piece of buttery popcorn into your mouth as Thanos…




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Shaams Nur

Shaams Nur

Sophomore at Hoover High School | Creative writer | Founder of HooverCamp |

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