Dec 31, Mojochi said:
Hooker with a Heart of Gold: They may make a living selling their body for sex, but they genuinely care about people and want to make them happy other ways. Scoundrels agree on clearly defined limits to their villainy.
Testing whether someone is truly evil by their willingness to do something obviously cruel. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Someone who, even if Believes that simply holding a standard is enough to justify other evil behavior. If they even realize that their behavior is evil, that is.
Even idiots have standards — they just put Honor Before Reason without any common sense. When people decide that their self-worth is more valuable than any allegiance they may be following. Having vices does not stop the character from following a heroic calling.
Never Hurt an Innocent: Even though prejudiced towards a certain race, still values their lives. A villain who pursues evil goals but refuses to be too evil about getting there.
Not What I Signed on For: Obstructive Code of Conduct: What you have when the standard gets in the way of your mission. A villain may perform every evil act under the sun, but he explicitly refuses be racist in any way as he does so. Follows their standards no matter what, good or bad consequences be damned.
Slavery Is a Special Kind of Evil: Screw the Money, I Have Rules! When a person holds two sets of standards that conflict, they take the higher road.
A killer refuses to harm certain people or groups, such as children or innocents. A Serial Killer that only targets people as evil as he is. A villain believes in the value of clean and orderly living. To Be Lawful or Good: Too Kinky to Torture: Torture Always Works for the villains Too Spicy for Yog-Sothoth: Treachery Is a Special Kind of Evil: Traitors are considered the scum of the earth.
Formalized lists of what character qualities are considered good or evil. Wants a Prize for Basic Decency: Does morally problematic things, but only in pursuit of a worthy goal.
What You Are in the Dark: Would Not Hurt A Child: Whichever is their code of conduct, the iron-clad rule is that children are off limits.By LEON R. KASS and JAMES Q. WILSON The AEI Press. Read the Review. The Wisdom of Repugnance. Leon R. Kass. Our habit of delighting in news of scientific and technological breakthroughs has been sorely challenged by the birth announcement of a sheep named Dolly.
Some people feel that cloning in general is unethical and immoral because it allows man to "play God". Many religious philosophies teach that human life is unique, and should be created, determined and controlled only by their god.
The prospect of cloning is diabolical in the sense of its precarious, immoral, and unethical effects to society. We must not forgo the use of our endowment of the cardinal merits of reason and intellect, and we must fight to preserve the sanctity of what it truly means to be human.
Feb 12, · You wouldn't, but you're stretching, to the point of bias, & more importantly everybody else in not only the episode, but in the entirety of Starfleet, that eventually gave the man his own starship, disagrees with your very thin interpretation of the man's character.
Jun 13, · In all honsety, I don´t really understand why people view this as such a barbaric, immoral and unethical act. Think about this: if we use your genetic make up to create another “mini” you as you put it, then you will still have a child to love, nurture and educate.
“Any attempt to clone a human being would constitute an unethical experiment upon the resulting child-to-be. In all the animal experiments, fewer than two to three percent of all cloning attempts succeeded.