8 edition of ethics of the lie found in the catalog.
ethics of the lie
|Statement||Jean-Michel Rabat ; translated by Suzanne Verderber.|
|LC Classifications||BJ1422 .R3313 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007013928|
I highly recommend the book. It has over pages of references. It took years to write, and it demonstrates in incredible detail, his lifetime of Mormon historical research. pg. "Smith remained aloof from civil office, but in November he announced a doctrine I [Quinn] call 'theocratic ethics'. Lying - Lying - The morality of lying: Philosophical opinion is divided as to whether lying is morally wrong. Plato claimed in the Republic that rulers of a just society must promulgate “noble” lies to promote social harmony among the masses, but he also condemned the Sophists’ cavalier attitude toward truth. He apparently thought that the moral valence of lying depends upon the context.
Plato’s text thus contrasts “the lie in being” (the sort of outright lie which both gods and men detest) and “the lie in words” (which takes political traditions and makes the best possible fit of such stories with the truth). The first is simply a lie. But the second is a “lie”—i.e., a lie in scare quotes. As a philosopher and ethicist, Sissela Bok grapples with hard truths, as well as with hard untruths. Her writings explore the psychology of lying, the consequences of deception and the perils of.
Special Prosecutor Martin A. B. K. Amidu has described as ‘irredeemable lies’ peddled in the book titled: ‘Working with Rawlings’ authored by Professor Kwamena Ahwoi. He said some of the. Beyond these preoccupations lie wider societal issues about the organization of death and dying in late modern culture. To what extent have notions of death as a contemporary taboo been superseded? How can we characterize the nature of suffering? What factors are involved in the debate surrounding end of life care ethics and euthanasia?
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In The Ethics of the Lie, Jean-Michel Rabate examines this ancient problem in a new light, starting with a contemporary Ethics of the lie book context. He enters into the web of lies spun by the media, turns the microscope on the U.S. presidency, explores the dynamics of family lies, and even analyzes Hollywood’s role in reenacting these : Jean-Michel Rabate.
In The Ethics of the Lie, Jean-Michel Rabate examines the web of lies spun by the media, turns the microscope on the U.S. presidency, explores the dynamics of family lies, and even analyzes Hollywood's role in reenacting these dilemmas.
Joan Copjec, author of Imagine There's No Woman: Ethics and Sublimation “Jean-Michel Rabaté here proves himself to be a masterful docent of deception. In this marvelous new book, he leads us through a labyrinthine exhibition hall of lies–from the official and stately to the private and ignoble–while disclosing through deft philosophical and psychoanalytic analyses the illicit.
The Ethics of the Lie by Jean-Michel Rabate,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6).
Telling Lies In: Ethics for A-Level: For AQA Philosophy and OCR Religious Studies [en ligne]. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, (généré le 25 avril ). Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, (généré le 25 avril ).Author: Mark Dimmock, Andrew Fisher.
“The First To Lie” weaves journalism ethics with corporate sabotage in a tightly focused plot filled with unexpected twists. Passionate about health-care journalism, Elle Berensen follows.
The fact that the book is written for a specific institution/courses makes the book less reader-friendly for other students, particularly the inclusion of chapters that belong in an intro to religion book, but not necessarily an ethics book, and vice versa--particularly an entire chapter on Aquinas' Natural Law Theory.
Consistency rating: 5. Sisella Bok, author of a major philosophical book on the subject of lying, defines a lie as: Virtue ethics looks at what good (virtuous) people do. If honesty is a virtue in the particular. General News of Tuesday, 18 August Source: Daily Mail ‘Irredeemable lie’ – Martin Amidu shreds Ahwoi’s ‘Working with Rawlings’ book.
''Licensed to Lie reads like a cross between investigative journalism and courtroom drama. The takeaway is that both Bushies and Obamaites should be very afraid: over the last few years, a coterie of vicious and unethical prosecutors who are unfit to practice law has been harbored within and enabled by the now ironically named Department of Justice.'' --William Hodes, Professor of Law Reviews: K.
General News of Tuesday, 18 August Source: See all 5 questions Amidu asked after reading Prof. Ahowi’s book. Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private Life (Pantheon Books, ; Vintage paperback editions, ). Secrets: on the Ethics of Concealment and Revelation (Pantheon Books, ; Vintage paperback editions,).
A Strategy for Peace: Human Values and the Threat of War (Pantheon Books, ; Vintage paperback edition, ). I believe in white lies. If someone asks me an opinion, and the truth could possibility of hurt their feelings, I will avoid being truthful. Lying in this instance does not affect anyone except the individual whom I told the lie to.
Lying is ethical, under certain circumstances. Ethics is a process, a field of study. Baker's Dictionary of Christian Ethics is more nuanced. It defines lying as "the intention to deceive when we are bound to speak or do the truth." This second definition makes a distinction related to the circumstances of the lie -- "when we are bound to speak or do the truth." Lying in War.
Thomas L. Carson Thomas L. Carson is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago. He is the author of The Status of Morality (Reidel, ), Value and the Good Life (Notre Dame, ), Lying and Deception: Theory and Practice (Oxford University Press, ), and Lincoln’s Ethics (Cambridge University Press, ).
There is no ethical justification to tell lies; however, in some cases, there is a way to hide the truth only if that truth may be of some help to protect “relationship” or else (objectively) among people of interest.
For example, a dying patient. This book is written in a good systematic way that makes it highly useful for those of us in ministry who wish to examine critical topics and ethical view upon them.
It was a valuable read, however, like many works on ethics written over five years ago, it could use a little revision/5(19). About The Ethics of the Lie. Pinocchio knows: the unconscious knowledge of the conscious lie.
From little white lies to the deepest, darkest ones, it is an accepted fact that we–like the boy who cried wolf–lie very often, at least three times a day.
The thesis of this erudite and entertaining book is that lies are structured like paradoxes. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Journal of Business Ethics Education 1 (1): There are many good books and articles on behavioral ethics.
They include: Ariely, Dan. The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty: How We Lie to Everyone—Especially Ourselves. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. Bazerman, Max H., and Ann E. Tenbrunsel. The three primary schools of ethics that can be used in discussing ethical problems and dilemmas are care-based ethics, rule-based ethics, and end-based ethics.
In the case of ethical dilemma number 2, if one were to apply care-based ethics, then both of the adult parties in the situation would yield to what would be best for the child.In Ethics of Liberation, Dussel provides a comprehensive world history of ethics, demonstrating that our most fundamental moral and ethical traditions did not emerge in ancient Greece and develop through modern European and North American thought.
The obscured and ignored origins of Modernity lie outside the Western tradition. The latter is less unethical than the former. Telling a lie about someone else at his or her direction is sort of a venial sin.
Telling your own lies is always a mortal sin, even for unbelievers. Each category of lies—White lies—Save-a-life lies—Damn lies—Big fat lies about your ex—should be ethically examined under different ethical.