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Reading Literature Makes You A Better Bully

Posted at 8:11AM Wednesday 05 Mar 2014

A recent panel at the Stanford Center for Ethics has offered a definitive response to the age-old debate of whether or not reading literature makes you more moral. The answer is "no." Literature does not make you more moral. It can make you a better bully, though.

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