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How should we address answers that advocate violence?

In generations past a common response to a school bully was to learn to hit back. I don't think we gain anything by declaring answers in this vein as taboo or invalid and deleting them. So let's allow ...
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How should we address answers that advocate violence?

Yes they should be allowed. There is a spectrum, and it's going to be too hard (and unproductive) to write a policy that covers the mushy middle. I expect we all agree that an answer advocating ...
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Could this site make use of a FAQ?

FAQs with examples are a good thing for all sites. The main problem is finding them. Even if you structure the document appropriately, it can still be hard to find the document itself. The starting ...
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How should we address answers that advocate violence?

We must not put a blanket ban on any answers. Even though smacking a person is in itself a bad thing, sometimes, in some contexts, it's one of the best things to do, say, to stop a bully, one smack ...
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