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Would it be morally wrong to hypnotize the world if conflict resolved, but character were at stake?

June 13, 2013 by relax  
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Question by Pat: Would it be morally wrong to hypnotize the world if conflict resolved, but character were at stake?
We know that hormones have too much power over our thoughts and actions. Supposing we could remove that through hypnosis. People would be thinking clearly and without inhibition.
The drawback (if you would call it such) is that many people’s definitive characteristics come from their imbalanced hormones. Is it wrong to remove them? With their will? Or against their will, having been determined that their company would benefit from this procedure?

P.S. This is a philosophy question, not a religious question.

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Answer by Mohammad
To begin with clearly, you need to elect the stake

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3 Responses to “Would it be morally wrong to hypnotize the world if conflict resolved, but character were at stake?”
  1. Kuve says:

    In my view yes, it would be a wrong. It presupposes any human being is qualified to determine the best way for other people to live, even without their consent. Abraham Lincoln once observed that no man is good enough to govern another without that man’s consent, I fully agree. You speak of a determination being made, but why should the human agency making the determination be considered any less capable of human error than the person about whom he decides? Such a situation would simply be slavery of one man being justified by another man’s view of what is appropriate behavior. I would not want to be on either side of such a situation, nor could I stand by and see such a system imposed on others if it were in my power to prevent it.

  2. der fuhrer says:

    To base a moral decision around the profit of a company is outrageous. That’s simply fascism. Then to subject people unknowingly to mind control for the same reason is equally evil. That very thing is going on now through our Zionist-controlled media that is destroying our morals, our psyches and our country. Under mind control you’re not going to have people who are thinking clearly. That’s how Obama got elected. What you’ll have is what we have now, a country of zombies who can’t think and can’t respond in a sane manner.

  3. Eyes Malloy says:

    First things first. Morality is always subjective. What you may think is right I may think is wrong or vice versa. There actually is no right or wrong on the universal scale. Lions take down elk, hurricanes destroy communities, and meteors strike planets. None of these things are good or bad, they just are.

    Hormones are an essential element of our genetic makeup and drive may of our actions, particularly those of the sexual nature. Without hormones, their would be no distinction between male or female and we may well become a completely passive race easily taken over by another species. In this sense, they both protect us physically as well as create our instincts for procreation.

    Your query is certainly well-intentioned, but doing away with hormones would also cost us much of what drives our creativity. Most of the best art, music, and writing in history is based on our assumed weaknesses. Love, fear, violence, loneliness, death – all of these things make us who we are as both individuals and as human beings.

    Several films have posed a similar question such as Fahrenheit 451, 1984, and Equilibrium. They all deal with a post-apocalyptic future where the whole world is under the thumb of totalitarianism. In each case, the hero’s mission is to start or join a revolution designed to end sameness and oppression. Without our hormones and our feelings, there would exist no personal thoughts, no different perspectives, and no diversity.

    Although our passions have often gotten the better of us, imagine life without them. There would be no kissing, no making love, no scintillating conversation, no excitement of any kind. Life would be as boring as watching an infomercial in slow-motion.

    Lastly, no one should be forced to do anything unless it is punishment for committing some great crime against society. When aggressive behavior leads one man to murder another, he must be separated from society and punished. It is true that his hormones were responsible, yet taking away hormones altogether is taking away freedom. If the massacres under Stalin and Hilter are any indication, no one deserves to have their decisions made for them. Life is about finding yourself.

    Don’t forget that without your hormones, you would never have even considered your question. Yey, hormones!

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