We always love a moral quandary and Babylon gave us a good moral debate at least once.
Possibly only once though there are a few different problems that I have random ideas for blogs on coming up so look forward to that mess.
Starting off though in the penultimate episode it actually had a good debate over what is good and what is bad and came up with the argument of the Trolley Problem (save the many over the one in a accident) over Survival Lottery (save the many over the one on purpose.)
Continue reading Trolley Problem vs Survival Lottery
Sorry that the question is a day late, after a hard week Anna just couldn’t edit anything yesterday so you will see a few more posts from some of us not so often seen posters in the next few weeks trying to fill in some gaps for her.
As for the question it wasn’t something I thought about until I had to think about it and it is true. The face of beauty tends to be seen as the pure one whilst the face of the ugly usually depicts the evils in the world but why is that?
Continue reading Week 36 : Why do humans often associate beauty with morality?
The definition of Evil is : profoundly immoral and wicked.
Personally I think there is a little more to it then that though.
Continue reading Week 35 : What is your definition of Evil
To be Just you have to fight for what is morally right. Can a war therefore be Just?
Continue reading Week 24 : Can Wars Ever be Just?