TheRushConcush t1_j9ki0iy wrote

If you think I showed a lack of understanding in relation to "this issue", please, do explain why. In case you were confused, I was referring to the disposing of a useful but dangerous tool instead of learning how to use it properly.


TheRushConcush t1_j9k0tb8 wrote

I respectfully disagree, I think the case is quite poor as it entirely misses the essence of the problem and as others have stated as well, implies an objectively correct answer to philosophical issues can exist.


TheRushConcush t1_j9jfr5s wrote

Or you know, they're just a good way to explain a dilemma or philosophical notion, most if not all of which have no "correct" answer. Framing in language in general and its influence on our moral judgement of a situation are the actual issues and in my opinion should be the focus instead of "curtailing the use" of good tools. But hey, understanding something is harder than rejecting it.