right to know, to withhold & to lie
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right to know, to withhold & to lie by William J. Barnds

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Published by Council on Religion and International Affairs in [New York] .
Written in English



  • United States,
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  • Government information -- United States.,
  • United States -- Foreign relations.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby William J. Barnds. Commentary by Wilson Carey McWilliams, Daniel C. Maguire [and] Paul W. Blackstock.
SeriesCRIA special studies, no. 207
LC ClassificationsJK468.S4 B37
The Physical Object
Pagination86 p.
Number of Pages86
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5698311M
LC Control Number70107038

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In modern practice, doctors who outright lie to their patients are often condemned, yet those who employ non-lying deceptions tend to be judged less critically. Some areas of non-disclosure have recently been challenged: not telling patients about resuscitation decisions; inadequately informing patients about risks of alternative procedures and withholding information about medical errors. Read books online at our other site: The Literature Page. Quotation Search. To search for quotations, enter a phrase to search for in the quotation, a whole or partial author name, or both. Also specify the collections to search in below. See the Search Instructions for details. Quotation.   If either of us lies to the other, we are committed to confessing the lie within three days. Perhaps my most common lie is to tell myself I can do things in less time than I actually can.   Now that I've mapped out a few different ways that people lie on a daily basis, look at your own life. See how often you lie. Make a list. Really, take a day and write them all down, or at least keep a tally. Listen to what you say to people and what you say to yourself. You'll be amazed by how many lies come out of your mouth every day.

Records Covered by the Right-to-Know Law. Make sure when you file a RTK request, you are seeking records and not just asking questions. The law governs the release of records, not answering questions.. A record is defined as "any information regardless of its physical form or character that documents a transaction or activity of an agency AND is created, received, or retained pursuant to law. T o lie or not to lie—that is the question. While people in most cultures trumpet truth-telling, many are lenient about lying. Just look at current books on the subject. In some books you’ll find clear declarations that lying is morally wrong and harmful. In others, you will discover ample justification for the good accomplished by lying. Yes, withholding the truth is the same as lying and it is right. Only dissimulate implies you say nothing at all: a lie of omission (cf. lie of commission). On a different tack, there is both non-disclosure and maintaining confidentiality, which both mean to purposefully withhold information, but usually the intent is to protect one's own interests, rather than mislead.