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    Thought and loneliness

      Chatting with friends, the topic of discussion is: “In an era when medicine is helpless, is it right to kill people with infectious diseases for the survival of the majority of people (or groups)?” This question has risen to an ethical level. It becomes: Does group consciousness mean that the few can be sacrificed for the good of the many?   Humanism and utilitarianism give completely different answers to this.   If a person does not have the right to take the lives of others for his own survival, a group of people does not have the same right. It is an axiom in economics that group interests are greater than individual…

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