Moral Intelligence 101

When someone says, “that’s inappropriate” they could mean the behavior in question is inappropriate to the situation or that it is always inappropriate. This ambiguity gets us in a lot of avoidable trouble. We would be more morally intelligent if we paid attention to the difference between these two meanings and erred on the side of saying a behavior is inappropriate to the situation. We tend instead to err on the side of making sweeping condemnations that we don’t, can’t and shouldn’t try to apply to our o

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