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It's most likely a reference to British politician Michael Fallon, who resigned his position as Secretary of State for Defence (but continued to hold his position as an MP) amid a spate of Westminster scandals. Summary: There was a well-publicised incident with Fallon repeatedly touching a female journalist's knee, but it's misleading to say he was ...


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Yes, most definitely! While many of the Nazi experiments were unscientific in their abhorrent cruelty, other cruel abhorrent Nazi experiments were quite scientific indeed and were taken up by non-Nazis after 1945. According to a 2004 article in The Lancet: Experiments in the context of aviation medicine were aimed at finding methods to help pilots ...


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First of all, the study cited was not, in any way, any kind of an empirical study, so, no, currently there is no standard for measuring that. How does one empirically measure "moral"? One can measure any individual's feelings about what is moral, but one person's "more moral" might not be another's, so you can't really standardize that. Schwitzgebel, ...


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Per study 'Social class, power, and selfishness: When and why upper and lower class individuals behave unethically' by David Dubois et.al. in 2015, people of high and low social classes both can act unethically in different ways. The results of the study were, First, income, but not education level, predicted unethical behavior. Second, feelings of power ...


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