Enforced Longevity

This morning I attended to Carle Jovian's lecture on enforced longevity treatments among pacific islander workers. Carle argued that though individuals may be exploited, overall the island communities are prospering from enforced worker longevity.

I'm not convinced, particularly given many island governments have not yet signed the Cairo agreement. Furthermore, Kella's thesis on the inequities of longer worker lives also moves me to disagree with the Carle's ethical consequentialism.

- Galen Rightonbark

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