Morality and the good life

The Philosophers' Magazine 53 (53):91-95 (2011)
Being moral sometimes handicaps decent people in their pursuit of worthwhile goals. This is especially likely to happen when those with power in society have badly mistaken ideas about what morality requires. A good person might not last long in a bad society
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