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Peter Clark scripsit:

>     'Course, if you're already ethical, then there's little need for an ethics
> class, and if you're unethical, all you're learning is how to fool other people
> into believing that you're ethical--at least until the feds show up.

Being ethical means that you intend to conform to ethical rules.  In general,
ethics classes are not about learning ethical rules, but learning how to
apply them: what used to be called casuistry before the word came to mean
"logic-chopping".

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