Children are special, but not particularly important | Curio

Children are special, but not particularly important

11 mins | Jun 9, 2018

Why do we see ‘baby on board’ bumper stickers on cars, and not ones that read ‘Middle-aged accountant on board’? Could it be that we are all silently agreeing that a child’s life is more important than an adult’s? Thomas R. Wells, writing in The Philosopher's Beard, tries to explain the phenomenon, arguing that children aren’t particularly important.

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From The Philosopher's Beard