Otology vs. Ethics: A Brief Comparison

Were it not for the sake of a tympanoplasty I received as an eight-year-old — a relatively new procedure, that, relative to the whole course of human endeavor — I’d be deaf in my left ear now. The field of ethical philosophy, meanwhile, has existed for roughly three-thousand years and yet, in most cases, has proved inadequate for contending with that series of horrors commonly referred to as life. What this suggests about the deficiency of the latter discipline, it’s hard to say precisely — except to conclude that it is, indeed, deficient.


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