It's that time of the year when little boys and girls try extra hard to make the nice list in order to get something better than coal in their stockings. But what if you've outgrown the myths that used to keep you in line? Is there any deeper reason to be good? In my latest Québécois Libre article, "Being Good for Goodness Sake," I argue that there are indeed both instrumental and intrinsic reasons to respect the rights of others—even if you're fairly certain that no one's watching.
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Bradley Doucet is a Montreal writer and the English Editor of Le Québécois Libre.
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