Old Guard

EP 103- Ethics of Immortality: The Old Guard

How do you value human life, when yours cannot end? What responsibility comes with the great power of (near) immortality. And, is anyone left who is NOT in love with Charlize Theron?

Special guest Fox Kaye joins Matthew for a discussion of the ethical questions raised by The Old Guard, on Netflix.

Cleveland creative Fox Kaye spends most of their days as a data integration specialist, fantasizing about their next D&D session or video game adventure between queries. In their free time, they can also be found on both sides of a camera: working as a model and character entertainer as well as a photographer. They can be found on most corners of the web as Voidfox21.

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