We like to believe that moral truth is very difficult to find, but that we are honestly searching for it — trying to see on a foggy night — doing the best that we can.  If this is true, then when we do wrong, it was only a mistake, and we didn’t know any better.  But what if sometimes we do know better, and merely tell ourselves we don’t?

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