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Technology Is Making It Harder to Tell Right From Wrong

The human conscience is our ‘inner voice,’ but we can’t hear it without mindful focus on where we direct our attention

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Once, while sitting in my car waiting to get onto the Bay Bridge, I was physically assaulted by a man with a bag of rocks who seemed to be strung out on drugs. The…




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Michele DeMarco

Michele DeMarco

Award-winning writer, therapist, clinical ethicist, and researcher specializing in moral injury. I talk about the stuff many won’t.

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