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11-02-2009 @ 4:08PM
":::If a thief steals antibiotics for a dying child, because the child was denied health care, who is more wrong, the thief or society?:::"To answer your question, I believe:- Society is wrong for neglecting the needy (especially a child)- The thief is wrong in breaking the law and should be prepared for the consequences.However, the objective answer is that it depends on your morality (how you view right and wrong). Most people would probably say that society is wrong and condone the thief, while some would rebuke the thief for breaking an established law. I think that's the point of the post - the responder justified their actions using their own morality (it's okay since they're helping a guildie) instead of the common morality (everyone should have a fair and equal shot at loot).
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