I absolutely recognise the primacy of logic. But logic isn't always, at least obviously, the best tool with which to attack an issue. For example animal rights, and culturlal relativism. For instance, I believe it is ABSOLUTELY WRONG to cause suffering to any creature, irrespective of for what reason, or in what culture. To what extent do philosophers/does philosophy allow for instinct, or gut feelings?
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