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Q&A: Universalization, Regretful Parents, Privacy, and More

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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on universalization as an ethical test, regretful parents, online privacy, disruptive kids in public school, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

Question 1: Are arguments of the form "what if everyone did that" valid or not? 

Question 2: What should parents do if they regret ever having children? 

Question 3: What kinds of privacy can people reasonably expect online? 

Question 4: How should a public school teacher discipline unruly students? 

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