Genuine tragedies in the world are not conflicts between right and wrong. They are conflicts between two rights.
- Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831)
This responsion to Hegel is rather agreeable, which is odd because he usually turns metaphysics on its head. Reversals are his tells, but hey this isn't a gamble. Or is it?
Steady as she goes would be the trope of the day, Another way to look at this would be through the eyes of oncoming traffic. A hectic dialectic.
What do we do with this information? If we are both right then how do we forge a path to commonality. Ethics is the answer. I bridge it like this, on one side you have the stoics sensibilities that include all the virtues and utilitarian ethics. On the other side, is the pleasure/pain, hedonistic and epicurean variety. I am over simplifying I know, so if you want a greater breakdown of my ethics contained within the p.(x) philosophy, then I encourage you to support my continued philosophical exploration of Big Data keystone and the arch of ethics it defines.
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