Interfering in loved ones’ big decisions could ‘violate a moral right’, philosopher says 

Interfering is a bad move! Giving advice to friends and family when they face a big decision could ‘violate a moral right’, philosopher says

  • Philosopher says people have ‘moral right’ to make own transformative decisions
  • Cambridge University’s Dr Farbod Akhlaghi stresses importance of own choices
  • Big decisions such as having children and getting married should be made alone 

It can be all too tempting to wade in with well-meaning advice if you don’t like who your friend is marrying, or if they say they are going to quit their well-paid job.

But interfering in loved ones’ big decisions could in fact ‘violate a crucial moral right’, according to a philosopher.

Dr Farbod Akhlaghi of Cambridge University believes that we have…

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