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Pure recreation is immoral when we could be helping to end suffering.
Recreation is immoral when we could be helping to end suffering.
Ignoring the suffering of others is immoral.
Without distraction, collective resources and efforts could greatly reduce suffering.
One's own time and well-being is not worth more than others'.
One can find recreation in charitable activities.
Ending suffering should be priority.
Recreational activities can end or reduce suffering.
In the first place, we need recreation for our own well-being to be able to help other people.
Ought implies can
, but for the vast majority of people it is not psychologically possible to give up all forms of recreation and focus entirely on working to make the world a better place.
Physical recreation has significant health benefits, which lessens suffering in the person partaking in recreation.
If those that have the opportunity to enjoy and celebrate life, don't, then they are disrespecting life itself and are devaluing what most people are striving for.
Recreation is a fundamental right.
Acting solely in this utilitarian manner can lead to
Suffering is inevitable.
It is possible to both enjoy recreation and help to end suffering simultaneously.
We have a moral duty to intervene in nature to limit animal suffering.
If we could bring back the Neanderthals, should we?
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