If you see a police officer choking someone to death … is it morally permissible to shoot the police officer to save the person?
Professor Jason Brennan from Georgetown University McDonough School of Business, argues that yes, it would indeed be just and morally permissible.
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Brennan focuses on issues that lie at the intersection of politics, philosophy, and economics, many of which are considered “taboo” by most.
In today's show, he discusses a number of his views, including why democracy is a flawed system, why “politics makes most people stupid,” his take on Brexit, and the differences between how voting is currently done and how it should be done.
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