Morality concepts like the Golden Rule and Kantian "categorical imperative" seem to require something like unconditional cooperation. Thus, from a moral standpoint people should fulfill promises, respect other peoples' rights, and in general, feel "sympathy, kindness, consideration for others". Even superficial observations quicklyreveals that to the degree that many individualks adopt such behavior, however, they do so only under certain circumstances in their interactions with only selected other individuals.
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