Moral Pollution

By Peter Neill When asked to define pollution, I usual reply “excess,” advocating that not all things are polluting in or of themselves, but become so in excessive quantities – thus natural sugar is a body health requirement, but too much sugar contributes to unhealthy outcomes that accelerate disease and death. Too much chocolate, too much untreated waste, too much pesticide, too many emissions, too much acid in the air and sea, too much money – all these things, in the extreme, compromise stability, security, and survival.

Is there such a thing as moral pollution – an excess of principle or ideology that can …read more

Source: Huffington Post Green

    

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