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Wrong Every Time: Gen Urobuchi and the Human Spirit

"It’s not a complicated question. You hold the gun, target in the sights, finger on the trigger. An innocent, no question. But the stakes could not be more clear: one or one hundred. Either you kill this one person, ending their life and putting their blood on your hands, or you do nothing, and one hundred die through your inaction. Is it morally permissible to fire? Is it morally permissible /not/ to?"

Bobduh takes the opportunity to discuss Gen Urobuchi's works in the light of utilitarianism, specifically Madoka, Fate/Zero, Psycho-Pass and Gargantia.

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