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Q&A: Default Ideas, Unjust Gripes, Veganism, and More

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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on adopting ideas by default, griping versus moral judgment, veganism as child abuse, sharing lecture notes, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

Question 1: Should a person allow his ideology to set his default positions? 

Question 2: What's the difference between griping about people and morally judging them? 

Question 3: Should it be considered child abuse to feed a child a vegan diet? 

Question 4: Is it wrong to refuse to share lecture notes with a lazy student? 

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