Kids and Emergency Use Authorization Don’t Mix

When considering vaccination mandates, efficacy of the vaccine, and risk vs benefit analysis; one would assume that the safety of our young ones should be the paramount factor considered in our deliberations.
Is that how this element of mass-vaccination is being treated?
I’m not convinced that it is.

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An Ethical Evaluation of Mandates

Within bioethics, four principles of descending importance are discussed when weighing risks and benefits of a proposed intervention. These four principles are: Autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence, and justice.
How has our system kept these principles in mind with the Covid Vaccine? How have they kept these principles in mind in the past?

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Consumption is Compliance

What a strange time we find ourselves in. Where people once identified themselves by the deeds they did, or passions they held; overwhelmingly now people form identities based on what products they consume.
In this article you’ll find an examination of this strange phenomenon, and how a consumption based identity goes hand in hand with the unfortunately compliant nature of the majority our current society.

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