As promised, I’ve just posted the (lightly edited) text of what I was talking about last night at the Cambridge Union, over on my Wayward Philosophy blog. It is about killing, and Levinas, and uncertainty, and ambivalence. I was uncomfortably aware last night that ambivalence is not a strong position to take when engaging in debates of this kind; but then I’m pretty uneasy with strong ethical positions — for reasons that should be clear in the piece.
Read the whole thing here.
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