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Taking the High Road to Harmony

For me, the idealized (Platonic) norm should be ethical. When the choice is thrust upon you to decide to delay gratification isn't the choice easy? Discuss both implications of this open-ended assumption.

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Taking the High Road to Harmony

Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.

- Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948)

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Taking the High Road to Harmony

In this titled responsion, I am referring to the ethical road to harmony, one paved with the ethics of a virtuous being. For me, the idealized (Platonic) norm should be ethical. When the choice is thrust upon you to decide to delay gratification isn't the choice easy? Discuss both implications of this open-ended assumption.


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Mahatma Gandhi

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