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What Is Your Moral Plan for 2021?

A New Year's resolution to be a morally better person would not be a matter of sticking to rules, like not smoking or eating sweets.

Consciously directing our attention to living ethically requires considerably more thought and work.

  • Peter Singer and Agata Sagan
  • Project Syndicate

MELBOURNE/WARSAW – Many people make New Year’s resolutions.

The most common ones, at least in the United States, are to exercise more, eat healthier, save money, lose weight, or reduce stress.

Some may resolve to be better to a particular person – not to criticize their partner, to visit their aging grandmother more often, or to be a…

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