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Moral Phenomena in the Vicinity of Hypocrisy

When is one a hypocrite? Let's consider some cases. C1. A man sincerely advocates a high standard of moral behavior, and in the main he practices what he preaches. But on occasion he succumbs to temptation, repents, and resolves to....
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