“I was waking up and I didn’t want to be alive, I was making everybody’s life a misery, everybody who was close to me I was pushing away. Nobody could talk any sense into me at all and I’d go very, very, very low at times, very low. And I’d start thinking all these crazy thoughts.
I bought a brand new Ferrari convertible in the summer of 2016, and I was in it and I was on this strip of the highway where I am. …
Hate is a very strong word. You feel strong emotions for people you love, or have loved. Sometimes tacit, sometimes explicit, so i’ll stick to using the the word hate, cuz that’s what Soha feels. Soha would ask me what’s her fault? How can someone change so much?
That someone is Samar. Samar is very good at falling in love, and getting you to fall in love, with him, with the idea of him, with the idea of you two together. Great guy you know, kills it with his first impression (he’s done it so often now), smooth operator. He’ll…
OK straight up with the definitions first.
Consequentialist Moral Reasoning– locates morality in the consequences of an act (in the state of the world that will result from the thing you do).
Categorical Moral Reasoning– locates morality in certain duties and rights — regardless of the consequences. To put it simply, there are certain things that are categorically wrong even if they bring about a good result.
This is probably the first concept that is discussed in law schools, I know it is in Harvard, from a Youtube video.
The most rudimentary example that is sighted to elaborate these theories…
Smartism With Zzaamir