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Liar, Liar... I object your Honour!

When I wrote Virtue Ethics and Lawyers (2016) I compared and contrasted the effects of Hellenic virtue rhetoric to our current Jurisprudence (the study of law), I fear the statistical direction we are now headed lacks a narrative if it's needed at all!

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Liar, Liar... I object to your Honour!

The power of the lawyer is in the uncertainty of the law.

- Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832)

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Ishans Muse and planksip Mobius Maker 8420

Liar, Liar... I object to your Honour!

Inspired by Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832)'s quote, "The power of the lawyer is in the uncertainty of the law". The titled responsion is

When I wrote Virtue Ethics and Lawyers (2016) I compared and contrasted the effects of Hellenic virtue rhetoric to our current Jurisprudence (the study of law), I fear the statistical direction we are now headed lacks a narrative if it's needed at all! There are plenty of directions to go with this narrative, expand on the necessity of narrative.


Jeremy Bentham

Published 4 months ago