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  1. Shame is brief, but death is eternal. You can get rid of the shame, but no one has ever managed to come back to life. What is shameful and what is not depends on the community's rules of conduct. The morals of each of them were shaped differently: what was “bad” in one community turned out to be “good” in another. There is no universal morality, just as there is no universal idea of shame. Objectively, it is only a personal sense of shame coupled with public censure. Therefore, the choice of “shame or death” is nothing more than a logical mistake (a false dilemma) imposed by the community that sets rules that are not necessarily at least logical. This choice does not provide other options, although there are many of them.

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