Lolman228,

what the fuck

5714,

Heroes aren’t elected. Why should they determine policy?

Compassionate societies minimise killing.

The conceptualisation of criminal totality goes against the rule of law.

Abortion has nothing to do with any of this.

look997,
look997 avatar

Heroes aren’t elected. Why should they determine policy?

I didn't mean politics. Maybe the translator is explaining something wrong. It's about the unwritten rules that most famous superheroes follow, and it's their actions that prove they have these rules.

Abortion has nothing to do with any of this.

Why?

half_built_pyramids,

That pic is cursed

shawwnzy,

I feel like there’s a lot to unpack here. Not sure what but definitely a lot

FfaerieOxide,
FfaerieOxide avatar

First off, what "superhero rules"?

Second, fetuses aren't people.

look997,
look997 avatar

I'm talking about rules that are common, it doesn't mean that every superhero follows them, but certainly many of the most important superheroes do.
The Punisher happens to be a bit of an anti-hero, as far as I know? So he doesn't count.

Second, fetuses aren't people.

That's your opinion, and I'm curious how far the superhero rules are consistent, do they reach human fetuses?

In other words: For superheroes, is a human fetus lower than a criminal?

FfaerieOxide,
FfaerieOxide avatar

In other words: For superheroes, is a human fetus lower than a criminal?

Are people that are people "lower" than things which are not people?

You tell me, is cutting someone's head off morally distinct from cutting someone's hair?

I'm curious how far the superhero rules are consistent

What the hell are "superhero rules"? To my understanding they don't all belong to a binding faith or set of laws. I thought the whole 'thing' of superheros was their being vigilantes and deciding on their own morals.

look997,
look997 avatar

Are people that are people "lower" than things which are not people?
You tell me, is cutting someone's head off morally distinct from cutting someone's hair?

Again, this is YOUR opinion on fetuses. This is not the only perception of human fetuses. This has to get through to you, then the question will make sense.

What the hell are "superhero rules"? To my understanding they don't all belong to a binding faith or set of laws. I thought the whole 'thing' of superheros was their being vigilantes and deciding on their own morals.

I watched the second season finale of Invincible, and I'm wondering. It's thinking like his that's common among major superheroes. This is a very strictly enforced rule, so I wonder where its limits are.

FfaerieOxide,
FfaerieOxide avatar

This is not the only perception of human fetuses.

Yeah, some people are wrong. I understand that. Fetuses are not people. They have no more rights than the cells that make up someone's stomach lining.

This is a very strictly enforced rule

What rule? I haven't seen the show you're citing.

look997,
look997 avatar

Yeah, some people are wrong. I understand that. Fetuses are not people.

It's sad that you can't look at the problem from above, impartially. Is there a phrase in your head: "people who think the same as me, and people who are wrong"? We speak apart from our own beliefs.

What rule? I haven't seen the show you're citing.

These are unwritten rules, only expressed by the actions of the most important superheroes. I don't know why you don't understand this.

FfaerieOxide,
FfaerieOxide avatar

Stop replying to deleted threads.

look997,
look997 avatar

"I'm right and you're wrong"

FfaerieOxide,
FfaerieOxide avatar

I won't engage you in a thread that has been deleted on its host instance.

look997,
look997 avatar

Fadiverse works very strangely. Much is still needed to make it work well.
For example, I didn't get any information about it.

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