On a answer dated February 2, 2016, philosopher Michael Lacewing distinguishes

On a answer dated February 2, 2016, philosopher Michael Lacewing distinguishes

On a answer dated February 2, 2016, philosopher Michael Lacewing distinguishes between "the right" and "the good". In common usage "right" and "good" often mean the same thing: "do the right thing" means "do the good thing". Could he or others explain that distinction? Thank you.

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