This is not a joke. It seems trivial probably, but I am genuinely struggling with my moral responsibility here. I'll attempt to be brief. I am in ownership of a book that I read years ago and found to be one of the most reprehensible, misanthropic, hateful pieces of literature I've ever encountered. I kept the book because I genuinely felt moral qualms about releasing it into the world. Yes, it's only one copy, but if I throw it away or donate it to a bookstore or something, that is one more copy of this hateful book that someone might encounter. I'm tired of owning it. I found it the other day and I don't like having it in my possession anymore. I don't want to keep it. I feel weird about getting rid of it. I could destroy it, but then I'm a "book burner" and I've always been very anti-censorship. I feel like you're either a person who thinks "art" can be destroyed because of its ideas or you're not. I'm not. So, my problem is that I'm caught in a trilemma in which every option is morally problematic. Should I: a. keep the book b. disseminate the book c. destroy the book Discuss.