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The Face of the Other

Universal survivor’s guilt as a basis for ethics

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You’re a survivor. You’re the result of an intense competition between hundreds of sperm seeking to impregnate an egg. Only one made it, becoming you; the rest died. You feed yourself off the flesh of others. If you eat meat, hundreds of beings die to give you sustenance; and if you’re a vegan, plants give their…




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Keith R Wilson

Keith R Wilson

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