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Moral Complexity in the Buffyverse

@inproceedings{Loftis2011MoralCI,
  title={Moral Complexity in the Buffyverse},
  author={J. Loftis},
  year={2011}
}
  • J. Loftis
  • Published 2011
  • [1] At some point in anyone’s ethical development, they must attempt to chart a path between the naïve acceptance of existing ethical dogmas and the black hole of rejecting the possibility of ethics altogether. Some people never manage to strike a balance. One sort falls back into the blind acceptance of the “self-evident” truths of their culture or revealed religion. I will call these people ethical dogmatists. Another sort of person gives up on ethics altogether, embracing some sort of… CONTINUE READING
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