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What is the connection between habit and moral character?Is a bad habit indicative of bad moral character or are habits, by definition, more objective in scope?

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    How do you define habit? Bad habit?

    How do you define moral behavior? How do you define bad moral behavior?

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    Habit for example I make my bed every day or I brush my teeth twice daily. Bad habit I smoke daily. Moral behavior I live by a certain standard of good morals. For example I try to be honest in everything I do. Bad moral behavior.Example I don't mess with my neighbors wife.

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    From your experience (and mine), habit and moral behavior are not related.

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