Is there such an ethical dimension of existence as the “freedom of indifference”?

In moral theory, the “freedom of indifference” is the power to act without any motive.



  1. 0 Votes

    Even if an action is made with the least amount of thought, it is done with motive. The motive might simply be that a person does not want to be inconvenienced or to be forced to recognize his or her ignorance. People might argue that they make decisions without motive, but I would say that they just don’t want to explore those motives. They make the motivated decision to be indifferent and often ignorant.

Please signup or login to answer this question.

Sorry,At this time user registration is disabled. We will open registration soon!