If something is morally good, then everybody has a moral reason to prefer it,

If something is morally good, then everybody has a moral reason to prefer it,

If something is morally good, then everybody has a moral reason to prefer it, isn't it? But if Lucretia has a moral duty to do something, then, philosophers say, Lucretia -- and not necessarily anybody else -- has a moral reason to do it. Does that make sense: if it is a moral duty, it should give moral reasons to everybody, shouldn't it?

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