Selective Humanism

Selective humanism sounds like a great idea when there is “a crisis”™ and “something drastic”™ has to be done. However, the fact that selective humanism divides people into a “we”-group and a “them”-group means that even if you belong to the “we”-group today, tomorrow you might be one of “them” and no longer be treated humanely…

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