Category Archives: Ethics

There’s Nothing Conservative About Renting Wombs

Last year, in an interview, Dave Rubin explained his transition from a left-leaning progressive to a free thinking classical liberal, and from there on, considering himself to be a conservative. He said: What really is so beautiful about the conservative … Continue reading

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The Russia-Ukraine Conflict [4]

Two countries from Eastern Europe are at war. There are no independent observers.  There are narratives being disseminated. Who creates them? Controls them? Manipulates them?  In what way is the available data being modified, filtered, blocked or concocted? What is … Continue reading

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The Milgram Experiment: How Would You Respond?

In the 1960s, Stanley Milgram, a Yale psychologist, conducted experiments on destructive obedience to authority. The aim of the experiment was to understand the extent to which people would be prepared to obey an instruction, if it involved harming another … Continue reading

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Compliance Is Not a Virtue

In September this year, Dr Julie Ponesse, Ethics Professor at Huron College at the University of Western Ontario, was dismissed after 20 years in her job. She lost her teaching position for questioning and refusing to comply with her employer’s … Continue reading

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