I recently announced that I was bringing back the Book of Questions series in which I answer questions from the 1987 and 2013 Book of Questions by Gregory Stock PH.D! If you’d like to find out more about this series or catch up on posts from the series that you’ve missed then please click here!
In this post I’m going to be answering question 62 from the 2013 Book of Questions!
The question is…
Would you be willing to murder an innocent child to end hunger in the world? If so, what if the child had to be yours?
The book is repeating itself again because we had this question the other day it was question 26 from the 1987 book.
The only difference between the two questions is that the 1987 book asks if I’d be willing to murder an innocent person instead of an innocent child.
I guess this just shows that the world is a lot more brutal now? Or that we think in a more brutal way?
I’m not sure, anyway if you’d like to read my answer to this question please click here to be redirected to the blog post in which I answer this question.
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