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Republican lawmakers go after Facebook CEO Zuckerberg for anti-conservative bias -- Lack of diversity in the company’s leadership questioned -- “Do you think you have a moral responsibility to run a platform that protects our democracy?”

William Cummings, USA TODAY

Published 10:36 p.m. ET April 11, 2018

For years, conservatives have said Facebook operates with a deep anti-conservative bias and Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill did not waste the opportunity this week to grill CEO Mark Zuckerberg on the subject during congressional hearings intended to focus on the company’s sharing of user data. 2,863 more words

THBT fairy tales have a negative influence on young children

This motion is taken from the 8:30pm debate of the third and final preliminary round of the SSSDCs, Singapore Secondary Schools Debating Championships 2018.

The debates we engage in should not end after the final bell is rung.

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THBT all forms of contemporary art have as much merit as more traditional forms of art

This motion is taken from the 7.15pm debate of the third and final preliminary round of the SSSDCs, Singapore Secondary Schools Debating Championships 2018.

The debates we engage in should not end after the final bell is rung.

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Gaslighting & its effects on the moral community

Introduction

This post is about gaslighting as a distinctively morally ‘dark’ type of epistemic injustice, which impairs our moral relationships. In section 1, I describe gaslighting as a type of… 6,172 more words

THBT individuals who buy non-essential items rather than donating to charity are morally responsible for the deaths of starving people who lived in poverty

This motion is taken from the 6pm debate of the third and final preliminary round of the SSSDCs, Singapore Secondary Schools Debating Championships 2018.

The debates we engage in should not end after the final bell is rung.

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Refusing to read more in order to read better: on moral and epistemic injustice in academia

Identity prejudice in literature 

In my last post, I wrote about trait criticism as a virtue, and I argued that criticizing well is more important than criticizing more. 1,861 more words

Do you have a moral responsibility to help people thousands of miles away?

Effective altruists would argue that you do.

If there was a starving child sitting on your doorstep, would you give them food? Would you feel you had a moral responsibility to give them some food? 575 more words

Effective Altruism