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

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

17 mins | Jan 8, 2019

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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From Aeon magazine