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  1. Private Property

    I like your mode of thinking. I think your segregation strategies are not realistically efficient choices. And that you seem to decieve your readers about your moral position, since you adopt either the position of moral-is-neurological or moral-is-real, depending on whether it will advance your own argument (For example, you have said we don’t have moral obligations about robots. Why? This simple word shatters your whole argument.). And I wonder why you have disabled comments. But keep on. I still like your pragmatic approaches.


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