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An ethical question

The Challenge

How ought mindhiver questions or queries to be decided?  Given the overwhelming multitude of things to focus our minds, how on earth might we decide which are the most important questions to be addressed.  If we can at least agree that more important questions demand greater ethical priority than questions of lesser, minor or trivial importance, we might be on track for deciding what (ethically) is most important for all or most of us to address.  

 

Challenge Opened: 04:19 AM, Wednesday 20 June 2018
Challenge Closes: 02:00 AM, Saturday 29 June 2019
Time to go: 220 days \ 7 hours \ 16 minutes

 

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The context

Challenge Opened: 04:19 AM, Wednesday 20 June 2018
Challenge Closes: 02:00 AM, Saturday 29 June 2019
Time to go: 220 days \ 7 hours \ 16 minutes

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Thought Leader

Richard Mochelle founder/director
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Peter Grimbeek Statistics & Methods Counsellor
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Richard Ferrers Research Data Analyst, Australian Research Data Commons (formerly Australian National Data Service)
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Sherwood Botsford Everything.
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Loris Semple Human Services Consultant
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