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So what is the logic you are using now - "When all else fails, act like you're better than everyone else!" NICE! It might make you feel a slight bit better about yourself, in some small, sad way, but I didn't come here to engage in that sort of activity, so unless you want to truly debate, I won't respond to you anymore.
Because, you know, hitting the kid will solve the problem. It won't just suppress it or anything, it will legitimately solve it. And hitting will do a much better job than actually getting to the core of the problem because it saves the teacher from the burden of having to explain to the child why they are so damn wrong.
Alright, cool. I'm going to try and keep this as brisk as possible.
4. If it were in my self-interest to work as a team to better society, would you agree that self-interest can be used to achieve positive utility and therefore can be ethical?
5. So, would you agree that ethics are a road-map of sorts to help people achieve happiness rather than an archonic law that compels people to do whatever is seen as ethical?
7. How is net sadness measured?