In the Thick of Moral Motivation

Suppose you had a genuine moral belief about something, and all that abiding by it required was pushing a little blue button on your desk. It would literally cost you nothing to do it, other than
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Suppose you had a genuine moral belief about something, and all that abiding by it required was pushing a little blue button on your desk. It would literally cost you nothing to do it, other than lazily flopping up your arm and tapping it with your index finger. Most people...

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