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People write about why diversity is a moral imperative because it's useful, mostly to come up with creative solutions and avoid groupthink. But, is diversity intrinsically good, a thing worth maximizing for its own sake? Here's a quick question to test that, I would love your thoughts:

  • In situation A, Alpha and Bravo lead identical lives and do the same amount of good in the world. 
  • In situation B, Alpha and Bravo lead completely different lives and do the same amount of good in the world.
  • Which, if any, situation is morally preferable?