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Responding to Alias Feting

This is a response to a video by Alias Feting ( here ). His video was a response to my video titled “Efilism Arguing the Argument”. This will be long, because of the nature of his criticisms. He tries to place a very large burden of proof on me, which forces me to explain a lot of things. I copied the transcript of his YouTube video, and I will interleave the text from that with my responses. I cleaned up some of the speech-to-text errors, but otherwise left it as is. Before we start, here are the three reasons I reject efilism: I reject the claim that life is net-negative hedonically. I think pain and pleasure balance out. I reject hedonism as a theory of value. It is an unquestioned assumption, not a self-evident truth or a logical truth. I reject altruism, and morality in general. Again, it is an unquestioned assumption, not a self-evident or logical truth. Will Alias Feting address these criticisms of efilism? We shall see. Hello, so this video is basically a reply to a

The Ghost of Adam Lanza

Goodness is the fulfillment of value. Value exists only in life. If there is no life, there is no value, and thus goodness becomes an entirely irrelevant concept. — Adam Lanza, 2011, in the video “Antinatalism at Light Speed” Recently, someone discovered the ghost of Adam Lanza. His abandoned YouTube channel, named “CulturalPhilistine”, had been sitting on YouTube for 9 years, without anyone linking it to him. It had only about a dozen subscribers and 20 videos, which were audio and a black image. Recently, someone found it and linked it to Lanza. It was quickly deleted, of course, but some people managed to save all the content before it was taken down. So, now we have new insights into the mind of Adam Lanza. Adam Lanza committed the Sandy Hook school shooting . On December 14, 2012, he killed his mother, and then went to an elementary school, where he killed 20 children and 6 adults. The children were in Grade 1. Lanza was 20 at the time. He lived with his mother an