In short, it’s not hard to be a good citizen of a community without needing to be perfect.

I appreciate these link into experimental philosophy as it makes a nice crossover point between analytic philosophy, psychology, law and likely a dozen other fields.

My personal answer is: I keep my nose clean as best I can without stressing. It’s not difficult to “do right” with the knowledge you have at hand and toy with some wrongs, aware of relative consequence when you feel it’s necessary / or you want to.

In short, it’s not hard to be a good citizen of a community without needing to be perfect.

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