If you want to be considered a caring person, you are expected to offer a “no-judgement-zone.” And you are supposed to believe that it’s an insult to be called “judgmental.” It’s recommended that you live by the biblical advice “Judge not, lest ye be judged,” but can this actually guide us in our daily life and thinking?
There are people who lie, cheat, steal, rape, murder and worse—and, clearly, they deserve to be morally condemned.
On the other hand, there are honest, thoughtful, productive, and truly heroic people. To form a positive evaluation of them, some kind of moral judgement is needed.
Join Elan Journo as he explores another one of life’s big questions: Should you judge other people?