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  1. Joshua the Writer

    Autism and Morality

    I am not sure exactly where to put this so I will put it here. I actually know that I don't have many personal moral rules. Idk if I'm naturally inclined to be amoral at once. Ig it's cuz morals are mostly weird social constructs to me. I do consider myself a (chaotic) good person though...
  2. BrokenBoy

    What's your moral alignment?

    On a website there's this personality test that places your moral attitudes and ethics within 9 classifications known as "alignments" These alignments rank you on 2 scales, chaotic and lawful, and good and evil. Neutrality (An equal balance of chaotic/lawful and good/evil) can also be achieved...
  3. M

    On the history of gaming

    Often come across articles blaming gamers for a culture of violence in the world. The violence, the recreational time it takes to play games, the attitudes of gamers. Rarely have I come across anything that does not make me feel guilty about playing online games. I've been playing for a long...
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