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Summary
  • Good and bad are relative to the perspective of the observer.
  • We can get anything we want, but we can't get everything we want.
  • So we pursue the greatest good for the greatest number.
  • If there is no force or fraud in human commerce, everybody wins, and
  • the greater good is achieved as the sum of all of the individual goods.
  • "It's all good" isn't enough — we must define both good and bad.
  • Clear definitions of good and bad enhance social trust and interaction.
  • Morality is satisfaction, compassion, integrity, and righteousness.
  • God personifies good behavior, and Satan does bad behavior.
  • God tells us to coordinate, while Satan tells us to be selfish.

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