ITT we solve the question above us [Part 6] (866)

357 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7539 15:31

This is often brought up in the argument against utilitarianism, and I feel it's important to take into account the feelings of the voyeur(s). While there is no direct suffering inflicted upon the voyeuree, the voyeur(s) after seeing how easy it is to spy are left with a sense of paranoia that they themselves are being watched so I don't think it's possible to phrase this situation to have zero suffering.

On the other hand often times this argument is specifically phrased as "producing zero suffering" in which case the premise has already (likely falsely but none the less) tautologically stated that it's ethical so of course it's ethical.

Ethics aside, if it was right there in front of you would you take a peek?

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