Why We Should Reject Cynicism in Favour of Scepticism

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We would all like to think that when we do something with good intentions and act on those intentions, that we are behaving as purely morally upright people. We may believe that we can easily discern when we (or others) act altruistically and when the opposite is true. However, our conflicted and flawed nature means this isn’t always the case.

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Originally published at www.samwoolfe.com on February 19, 2018.

I'm a freelance writer who is interested in philosophy, ethics, psychology, and mental health. Website: www.samwoolfe.com

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