How are we as humans different than things?
To compare, who wants a broken brain any more than they want a broken thing?
Ever thought that the two things that differentiate the living from the non-living, is the ability to think and feel. Then within this living, what makes us humans superior?
The cognitive ability of reason.
I wouldn’t even go as far as saying empathy, because we can all agree animals are capable of expressing empathy, sometimes far better than us, humans.
So then, when the only thing we, the human race, have, originates from the power of the brain, we only want the right kind.
No risks, no outliers, nothing left.
But who’s to say our very ability of cognitive reasoning, of decision, doesn’t deceive us from real value, meaning, in life, of life? Who’s to decide the broken brain has none? Who’s to say we can even decide anything, if in fact, we cannot even reason to decide this.
So much for the right brain, right?