Comments

This video is great!!! Batman has never killed Joker because it is not moral. We pay more attention to consequences. But with Batman not killing Joker he is able to kill more people so isn’t that considered not moral too? In the video he said that actions should be measured in the terms of happiness, or pleasure, that they produce. Wouldn’t killing the Joker produce happiness for the citizens of Gothem? You should choose the action that produces the greatest good for the greatest number. So wouldn’t that be killing the Joker?

Early Release: Too fucking bad, (I don’t have a damn explanation.)

YASS!!

How is that they failed to cover the $1 outscourced for production is lost forever?

I’ve watched this video and the video you did about Postmodernism. I have to say they are superb! Absolutely superb!

I was reading the comments during the video cos I was getting bored. The irony…

Is beautiful, but t same time is terrible when i saw USA, all this buildings, is jail,

I can’t believe this game is almost a decade old.

For Space novel I suggest people read Hyperion, its almost always ranked in the top 10.

And this – “less spending means unemployment increases” – well, YOU COULD REMEDY THIS BY WHICH WOULD FORCE EMPLOYEES TO HIRE MORE, AND BY SIMULTANEOUSLY INCREASING WAGES, THEREBY ALIGNING WORK (SUPPLY) WITH

Talk about common core?

At the moment the fastest-growing language is not the language of Cervantes but the language of Molière. People in Africa have way more children than people in S. America. And it doesn’t seem like we are anywhere near to stopping this proliferation frenzy.

To start with, it had a Germanic base. Whether you consider Scandinavian languages (such as Old Norse) to be Germanic or not doesn’t really matter, the base languages for Old English were those of the Angles (from modern Schleswig-Holstein in northern Germany), the Saxons (from the parts of Germany still called Sachsen today), and the Jutes (from the Jutland area on the border of Germany and Denmark). Although none of those languages were probably much like modern Hochdeutsch or even modern dialects, they were all distinctly German – which is why our modern English is still so Germanic in grammar and our basic vocabulary.

I think this thing is quite, easy. Trolly experiment is not that hard. Our moral intuitions are highly developed over millions of year through evolutions, even though many of these are have become counter intuitive because of changes in civilizing. The point, is that 5 to 10% of our intuitions should be finetuned.

I love your videos! It helps me understand much better before and after reading the book.

—–

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *