I’ve heard the argument before that war is good because most technological advances occur during it etc. and it prevents stagnation and corruption. Yang’s rebuttal is just absolutely brilliant – that he’d accept that if people didn’t lose their families or lives because of war. What is brought up here is whether the costs and essential immorality of war are worth it for the potential benefits – and I’d argue that stealing a wallet is also wrong but has potential benefits. What I mean by this is that a wrong action is not justified by any potential benefits, ever, unless more wrong is stopped by committing that wrong. Though I am a negative utilitarian, mind you.
Artwork: 9/10 – Very suited to the scenes, very picturesque and detailed. It can be disturbing at times too in terms of the sheer detail put into (murderous and pained) facial…
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