BBC – Ethics – Introduction to ethics: Duty-based ethics

Kant’s Categorical Imperative The Categorical Imperative Kant’s version of duty-based ethics was based on something that he called ‘the categorical imperative’ which he intended to be the basis of all other rules (a ‘categorical imperative’ is a rule that is true in all circumstances. via Pocket
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Leftists Are Hypocritical Drama Queens; Keep Tweeting Trump – Josh Goldstein

Leftists are such drama queens. The fakeness in which they cry over, CNN, Mika Brzezinski, Mika Scarborough, or whatever her latest iteration may be, is laughable. The left, like CNN and Mika, spends their lives trying to destroy people, especially conservatives. via Pocket
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Misunderstandings of “Fake News” II: Fake News vs. Fake Journalists – Jack Kerwick

There is a difference between Fake News, on the one hand, and fake journalists, on the other. Fake New refers to the end product. What makes a fake journalist a fake journalist are the motives that drive the latter. Ultimately, in practice, the two are inseparable. via Pocket
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The Perils of Empathy – WSJ

Everywhere you turn in American politics, leaders talk about the need for empathy. The best-known instance, of course, comes from Bill Clinton, who told an AIDS activist in 1992, “I feel your pain. via Pocket
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Where Are the Decent Liberals? – Ken Blackwell

President Donald Trump’s critics fixate on his tweets and then wonder why he spends so much time responding to their attacks. But why do they devote so much attention to his tweets in the first place? Maybe they realize that many Americans are happy to finally have a president who fights back. via Pocket
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End the False Israeli-Palestinian Parity – Daniel Pipes

Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s decision to visit Jerusalem but not Ramallah has prompted much comment. The expectation of equal treatment goes back to the Oslo Accords’ signing in Sep. via Pocket
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A Place Where Civility Once Ruled – Cal Thomas

PLYMOUTH NOTCH, Vermont — When was the last time you heard a member of one political party praise a member of the other party? via Pocket
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