Against Moral Sainthood: Life Is More Meaningful If We Don't Aim To Be Morally Perfect | Curio
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Against Moral Sainthood: Life Is More Meaningful If We Don't Aim To Be Morally Perfect

17 mins | Jan 8, 2019
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Daniel Callcut, writing in Aeon magazine, explores philosopher Susan Wolf’s argument that life is far more meaningful and rich if we do not aim at being morally perfect.
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