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Thursday, January 21, 2016

from Lawrence, SUNDAY PhiloMadrid meeting at 6:30pm: Anti Social Behaviour

Dear friends,

This Sunday we are discussing: Anti Social Behaviour.

A few days ago I posted a photo on my Facebook and Instagram of a
dreaded anti social behaviour in confined space such as a lift or a bus.
(facebook.com/lawmoment -- https://www.instagram.com/lawmoment/) Of
course in a polite and civilized society we just put up with such
transgressions, but in reality we attribute such behaviour to the demise
and fall of civilization itself.

Whilst anti social behaviour might always be unsocial, a key question
for us is to be able to distinguish between a behaviour done out of
necessity or intention? And even then does an intentional anti social
behaviour count as immoral behaviour?

I'm afraid there are no essays today; I sure this is something (not)
done out of necessity and not intention.

Best

Lawrence

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Meet 6:30pm
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Metro: Bilbao
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from Lawrence, SUNDAY PhiloMadrid meeting at 6:30pm: Anti Social Behaviour

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