Are These 10 Lies Justified?

12/14/2015 - Professor Emeritus of Philosophy Gerald Dworkin in The New York Times.

Most of us believe that lying is wrong. We teach our children that it is wrong, and hope or expect that value judgment is shared by our friends and family. In public, we decry politicians and public officials when they lie, which we have frequent occasion to do these days. But the truth about lying is more complicated.

Read the full op-ed in The New York Times.

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