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Is killing vampires immoral?
Killing vampires is immoral.
This depends on where the vampire stands on the issue of hunting for human blood. If the vampire does not believe in it, they should be allowed to live. If they do, it may be permissible to kill them. Regardless, all vampires can not be killed.
Killing sentient beings robs them of their right to live.
Vampires can be turned into humans.
Vampires look like humans. This might lead to humans killing other humans accidentally.
There are solutions other than killing vampires to allow humans and vampires to coexist.
Under utilitarian ethics, killing vampires is unethical.
Vampires are a perversion of nature and so it is moral to kill them.
It is self defense to kill a vampire, and therefore moral to do so.
Killing sentient beings that kill humans saves humans and so is moral.
Humans killing vampires would be 'ecology as normal'; a completely amoral circumstance in which two species compete for space and resources.
Vampires are inherently evil, and therefore killing them is the right thing to do.
As vampires are already dead it is impossible to kill them.
Pure recreation is immoral when we could be helping to end suffering.
Is deliberately not preventing someone's death ethically equivalent to killing them?
Do we need religion for morality?