Thursday, May 3, 2007

Never minds - 7

A person can always choose the way he wants to divulge any information. One has that right, doesn’t one? So, the person can be forthright and express the truth of the matter, or fabricate the content, or plainly deviate and lie. Here he is just exercising his right to pick his mode of disclosure. Then how can lying become an offense and less of a virtue? Or do we just place the other’s right to information before our own choice of expression?

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