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Would Massive Benefits to Mankind Justify One Brutal Act?

Is it right to do one monstrous wrong in order to produce a world-changing positive impact on all deprived, desperate, deformed, diseased, and dying people of the world? The Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky, in perhaps the world’s greatest novel The Brothers Karamazov, seeks to answer that question. The character Ivan Karamazov, a flaming atheist, blames […]

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