Criminality is Corruptness that Cannot be Rationalized: And Corruptness is Criminality that Can be Rationalized
  
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The degree to which we regard acts as reprehensible has to do not so much with the extent to which those acts do damage or even to the extent to which they embody ill will, but with the degree—or lack thereof, rather---to which they can be rationalized
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