But slavery would not extinguish completely the likelihood of preference.

But slavery would not extinguish completely the likelihood of preference.

But slavery failed to extinguish entirely the likelihood of preference. It absolutely was that possibility which endowed slaves with ethical obligation then, and which renders them prone to assessment today that is moral. It’s correctly simply because they made choices that are wrong albeit in agonizing circumstances, that servant informants whom betrayed other slaves can accordingly be condemned. Continue reading “But slavery would not extinguish completely the likelihood of preference.”