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When is stealing not stealing?
Posted on September 8, 2010 by Paul Sposite
Image via Wikipedia When is stealing not stealing? Moralist will argue that we don’t always have a choice, they love to use the example of a man caught stealing bread. The moralist will say that if the man was stealing … Continue reading →
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