Friends and ethics

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Kvothe the Arcane
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Say your friends or a group of a friends are actively behaving in behaviour that you feel ethically opposed to, would you mention it?

This has happened to me in the past but the trouble is it put a huge strain in those relationships as people don't often enjoy dissenting opinions. And I'm not especially good at making friends.

Is part of friendship just blind loyalty despite your own conscience? (as long as there's no major damage)
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I posses neither friends nor ethics, so I'm unable to provide an answer to your question.
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No that type of friendship is for fools. If you live by a set of morals and you think a friends behaviour differs greatly from this re-evaluate that friendship and end it if you have to. Of course you may give them an pportunity to change but if they don't change positively go your own way.
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