Is there some area of knowledge that is morally unacceptable to you?
I don't think it's "unmoral" to know something.
Skipping this one too.
Yes, cults, hedonism, beastality, human perversion(s) of any and all of man's innate natural spirit behaviors, when and where they are being misused, idol worship and most all forms of idolatry, as claim knowledge, in the name(s) of the pursuit of knowledge, as is obvious and far too often mere perversion(s) of knowledge.
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No. Not that I can think of.
Math, filthy dirty numbers climbing on top of each other and integrating! It's deplorable.
Spontaneously I cannot think of any. But there are many possible methods of inquiry that I deeply condemn and where in my view ends cannot justify means. The big topic of ethic and science. For me the ground gets shaky as soon as other living beeings are immediately harmed or global risks are a real possibility. This is why, for example, I oppose nucelar technology and the widespread use of genetically altered organisms. Knowledge itself is value free, but science as a cultural force must obey rules. I insist on it. And the purpose of science is not to supply ideas to corporations but to serve society, if not mankind. Even if that might sound corny to some.
Area of knowledge no, what may be morally unacceptable are the METHODS you need to reach that knowledge.
Knowledge is never immoral, the way we exploit knowledge can sometimes be immoral.
Knowledge itself is neutral - but the use of knowledge to harm people or the environment, or trying to gain knowledge by causing harm, is unacceptable. Unfortunately, few scientists understand ethics or take a meaningful account of ethics in their work, which is why we have developed technologies which allow us to build weapons of mass destruction which can destroy the world.
knowledge and morality are in separate domains, though one can inform the other.
I won't accept any cult in which racism is considered to be the base from which propostions are made about the world.
No. Restrictions on freedom of thought are immoral.
Pish tush. Feh. Morally Shmorally.
I would say religion jajajaja
Genetic engineering for human beings
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