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By Stefano Collavini

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04.08.2014 - 15:51
I'm going meta here.

I've already established that I check both sides before deciding which one I choose. But it has a major drawback. The line that separates those two said sides blurs the more I look at, and into them. Until I notice how identical both sides are at their essence, and their differences are mostly superficial. And often - if not every time - both have simple petty rivalry about what they respectively think is right or wrong on a moral level. Anyone who did basic philosophy knows that many tried to define the nature of morality from Euthyphro and Socrates to John Stuart Mill and Hobbes, and it becomes obvious there isn't an absolute definition of what can be right and what can be wrong. It turns out pretty difficult to choose a side reasonably.
On the other hand, if the splice is based on factual evidence, I side with the one that is factually true. Although I might encounter ethical dilemmas.

Coming down to morality, instead of a choice based on that when I want to decide which side I want to identify myself with, I apply basic Laws of Stupidity. Which one is hurting their own cause and everything else at most by the way they act? Both are? Then so long! And thanks for the fish. There are other lakes and seas filled with them. Until overfishing has killed them all, that is.

Moral of the story: there's no perfect way to make a decision.
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