What is [interpersonal] moral legitimacy, and do we need it?

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    The latter turns religion into a tool for self-glorification. A religion’s adherents assume themselves to be moral by default, and so they never bother to question themselves.

    – so people can do wrong, thinking they’re doing right, just because they are the legalistic pharisees.  By wrong, I mean it can end up being very very wrong.  No good comes of no good.  People really do need a handle on interpersonal integrity and ethics.

    Wayward people who think they’re perfect can cause a LOT of damage.

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