[...] realizing that I was being pulled back to the computer after dinner as if by a subtle magnet, I adopted the policy of turning it off before dinner (most days!) and using the evening hours for other activities, like reading a good book on my Kindle. According to the double-effect principle, a person may be held morally blameless for performing an action that results in a directly intended good result, while at the same time causing some kind of harm.
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