Can a person’s thought’s about another person be judged as moral or immoral? Why? Why not?
In general, are mental acts subject to moral judgment? Should mental acts be subject to moral judgments? These questions shed light on a dilemma involving the moral nature of the mind and its activities. These questions are best addressed as philosophers using the first person form of speech, namely “I” since everyone has a mind and should have an opinion on these questions.
Your assignment, should you choose to accept it, is to “find” a position on these questions and defend your position using at least one clear example and provide clear explanations of your ideas. One or two well developed paragraphs are all that is needed; but, more are also welcomed.
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