Is there a fundamental difference between a surgeon's knife and a lethal weapon: after all, both are tools for correcting an organism or a social organism?

Is there a fundamental difference between a surgeon's knife and a lethal weapon: after all, both are tools for correcting an organism or a social organism?

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answers (3)

Answer 1
November, 2020

In general, yes, it is possible, because, in fact, both an ordinary knife and a surgical scalpel differ only in their purpose and materials from which they are made. And who said that a scalpel cannot be used as a detailed tool

Answer 2
November, 2020

Hmm ... almost everything can be equalized. May sophistry be in good health! you take different things, philosophize cunningly - and now, your golf ball is equal to a modern computer.

and what? both are for fun.

Answer 3
November, 2020

A strange question in all respects. What is the author's opinion "lethal weapon"? Knife, rebar sharpening, pistol, trauma, chair leg or nuclear warhead? Further questions to the question arise more and more

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