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The Shrink & The Sage: Infidelity

“If a couple thinks that an affair has worked out to their advantage, it’s certainly not for a philosopher to disagree. But what bothers me is the reasoning that, so long as it all works out well, an affair is a good thing. That’s like arguing that life-threatening illnesses are good, because if you survive them, they can lead to a renewed appreciation of the value of life.”

New almost-weekly half-column in the FT.

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