David Harold Chester's Discussions (14)

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"If there is some connection here it is very limited in how much it affects the whole…"

David Harold Chester replied Feb 3 to Ethics and performance

5 Feb 3
Reply by Al LeBlanc

"There is no direct link, however economics is all about doing its thing as cheaply a…"

David Harold Chester replied Jan 21 to Ethics and performance

5 Feb 3
Reply by Al LeBlanc

"neither"

David Harold Chester replied Jan 14 to Solidarity

1 Jan 14
Reply by David Harold Chester

"The majority of people are not rational which makes it a lot harder to decide from w…"

David Harold Chester replied Jan 13 to What is ethics?

7 Jan 14
Reply by KAUSTUBH DIGHE

"I don't see why ethics is in any way connected to the web, as you write. Of course w…"

David Harold Chester replied Jan 4 to What is ethics?

7 Jan 14
Reply by KAUSTUBH DIGHE

"17 Aspects of LVT Affecting Government, Land Owners, Communities and Ethics  Four As…"

David Harold Chester replied Jan 3 to What is ethics?

7 Jan 14
Reply by KAUSTUBH DIGHE

"Ethics provides us with a way of deciding what is right and what is wrong in the wor…"

David Harold Chester replied Jan 3 to What is ethics?

7 Jan 14
Reply by KAUSTUBH DIGHE

"The proposal to tax land values as described above, for all its socially just and et…"

David Harold Chester replied Oct 30, 2017 to The Most Socially Just Tax

2 Oct 30, 2017
Reply by David Harold Chester

"How can a nation establish a state of "internal peace" when its government is being…"

David Harold Chester replied Feb 26, 2017 to Nationalism

1 Feb 26, 2017
Reply by David Harold Chester

"Thank you too. What I was aiming for was an introduction to robotic (and consequentl…"

David Harold Chester replied Nov 12, 2012 to Robotic ethics

6 Nov 14, 2012
Reply by Masahiro Nakata

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