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5 Questions to Ask Yourself When Choosing an Ethical Creator to Imitate

Being a good creator means being a good person

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If imitation of the good is a way of becoming good (and imitating bad makes you more of a bad person), then discernment of what is good and band becomes a key skill for developing ethos.




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Lance Cummings PhD

Lance Cummings PhD

I write about the right use of ancient and new technologies to create new ways of thinking with writing … what I call iSophistry. 🤖 🏛️

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