“The just man is happy, and the unjust man is miserable,” Plato declares in The Republic. A noble thought, to be sure, but Socrates’ most famous student didn’t have data to back up his belief. Harvey James, on the other hand, does.
The University of Missouri economist finds a relationship between life satisfaction and low tolerance for unethical conduct.
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