How You Justified 10 Lies (or Didn't)

1/14/2016 - Professor Emeritus of Philosophy Gerald Dworkin in The New York Times.

Thanks to Stone readers who submitted a response — there were more than 10,000 — to my article, “Are These 10 Lies Justified?” Judging from the number of replies, the task of determining when it is or is not acceptable to lie is obviously one that many people have faced in their own lives. Many of you gave your own examples of lies told and why you believed they were or were not justified. It was heartening to find so many people prepared to reason thoughtfully about important moral issues.

Read the full story in The New York Times.