Ethics Notes PHI 1120, Professional Ethics
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Date Created: 06/07/16
Day 7 Solomon it is never right to lie but you should in some cases. There is always something bad about lying, but you should in some cases 1) Lying is difficult 2) Lying diminishes trust, both in liar and liars trust in others 3) (Kent’s reason): Lying cannot be universalized If lying were universalized, no one would trust anyone. Successful lying requires trust. To lie successfully, you have to presume for the most part that other people are NOT lying Steinreal motivation for lying/deception; often self interested Boklying robs people of information Normal morality says that lying and deception are both wrong, but lying is worse. Lying creates a greater burden than deception. It is easier to avoid being taken in by deception than by lies Professional morality says that lying is wrong, deception hardly, and sometimes right Truth Collins says: 1) There are those people who really want the truth and can handle it 2) Those who cannot handle it 3) Those who are not seriously ill 4) Those who won’t believe what you say anyways
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