The good, the bad, and the lucky

The Philosophers' Magazine 55 (55):77-81 (2011)
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Abstract

Even before we come to consider the influence of luck in terms of the results of our actions or the types of situations we come across, luck plays a decisive role in who we fundamentally are.

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