Lv2 kara Cheat datta Moto Yuusha Kouho no Mattari Isekai Life

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Ch. 10 - The Demon "Hiya".
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wow. That turn up tp the eleven super fast.
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Any idea as to when next chapter will be out?
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@Windiza Which fallacies? Be precise. As for 'attacking my opponent', my opponent questioned my character first.
And the fact that you apparently don't understand how agency plays into ethics, seem to think that ethics is what people with power do ie 'might makes right', and that imperialist interventionism - martial or otherwise - is justice is really quite telling of your character.

Not once did I say 'might makes right'; I merely said that justice, ethics and morality, like all societal constructs, are subjective. Hardly grounds for implying I'm near-fascist.
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@cor3zone I liked the points you made when I was reading through these comments and the counterarguments posed by @xfaca were an interesting read too. I would love to have joined in on the conversation but unfortunately my ability to make well-formulated arguments... sucks. Kudos to you @xfaca, yours were quite well presented. @cor3zone To me it looked like you derailed your argument by not defending your points but rather by using fallacies to attack your opponent rather than his argument.

Anyways, thanks for the fun read.
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Everyone gonna like next chapter I guess
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@M4st3r507

Your looking at Chapter 21 of the Light Novel

Spoiler on how this spirit will be punished.

Last edited 18 days ago by jimmyclear.
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Which chapter of the novel is this chapter right now?
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I hope he goes dark and destroys that fake hero
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@xfaca I'm tired of arguing with an armchair warrior. Have fun.
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@cor3zone Yes. Victims of imperialist martial interventionism and total war doctrine respectively, both justified through subjective morality and one of which you argued in favour of.
Maybe you should learn what words mean before trying to argue for or against them?

Yes, free will exists and you are responsible for your actions as well as your inactions.
I guess it's just a lot easier to cope when you pretend that washing your hands and proclaiming it not your concern makes it true.

And how the hell does arguing for the need for people to act against budding tyrants even if they themselves might not be affected lead to tyranny?
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@xfaca Ah, yes. Here we have it, the self-absorbed internet warrior. Their way of thinking is the only right way, so of course their morals and ethics are universal. There can be no subjectivity.

Say that to all the innocent victims of the 'war against terrorism'. Say that to all the innocent victims of Little Boy and Fat Man. Justice, morals, and even ethics, are all subjective. The subject being the majority of the population affected by it. Your way is no more 'right' than anyone else's. That, my friend, is the paved road to tyranny. Your arguments sound very similar to the ones tyrants use. 'This is the only right way! We are justice!' etc..

Yes, Fulio would be responsible if all he did was not pull a lever controlling a trolley. The trolley, and the lever for that matter, are not conscious beings though. Fake-Hero is. One can never be responsible for another person's actions. Free will is real, and cannot be blamed on someone else.
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spoiler alert:

someone DUN F***ED UP
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@cor3zone Ahh, yes. Subjective morality. The go-to justification of every great slaver, tyrant, warlord, and genocide in history. Morality is axiomatic, ethics are objective (though not absolute), there is no room for subjectivity in either.
And the fact that you apparently don't understand how agency plays into ethics, seem to think that ethics is what people with power do ie 'might makes right', and that imperialist interventionism - martial or otherwise - is justice is really quite telling of your character.
Here're a few easily digestible quotes for you to consider. "The road to hell is paved with good intentions", "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing", and "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty"
Protip: Not pulling the lever in the trolley problem is also a choice. You are responsible for the consequences of your choices, even if you are not responsible for setting the events in motion.
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Her name is Hiya
After the Mc is done w/ her she will become IIYA!
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We'll wait. Since that genie is going to join his crew... very soon.

@alpalin

It's okay, she's sticking around for a very long time.
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Why would you seal away something that dangerous with a secret wall door, why not just seal it off entirely. not to mention the demon can open the door itself
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Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuucking cliff-hangers!
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@xfaca Just because you have power doesn't mean you have to use it. Fulio did what he believed was right. Just like Fake-Hero did what he believed was right. The difference is that Fake-Hero used his 'power' to remove the 'unjust', as he saw it. Now tell me, which of them is more just? Justice is subjective.

The whole Spider-Man thing, power=responsibility, is just big bullshit. The world doesn't work like that, or there would never be war. The nuclear powers of the world would just make sure everyone got justice. But they don't.
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