Reflections on the Ethics of Representing Clients Whose Aims Are Unjust

Published Date: March 22, 1999 | Topics: Philosophy

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The Splendor of Truth

Published Date: January 1, 1994 | Topics: Philosophy, Politics and Current Affairs, Religion

[This article was published in a symposium.] Robert P. George Not long ago, I was brought up short by the redoubtable Janet Smith when I complained that students come to college these days already fully indoctrinated into moral relativism. “Ask them,” she suggested, “whether in their opinion it is ever right to commit rape, discriminate […]

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Lockerbie Families Deserve Answers

Published Date: September 9, 2009 | Topics: Foreign Policy and International Affairs, Politics and Current Affairs

What did U.S. officials know, and when did they know it? The cat is out of the bag. British justice secretary Jack Straw has admitted that commercial issues “played a very big part” in the decision of British authorities to release ailing Lockerbie mass murderer Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi. Straw’s admission falsifies claims by Prime […]

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