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    The Two-Faced Two-Step

    10.07.18 | by Dr. Dale Wicker

    It’s both curious and dangerous to try to figure out societal expectations these days.  What’s moral?  What’s ethical?  What behavior is acceptable? Accusations are powerful tools, in case you have not...

      Mile 2

      09.30.18 | by Dr. Dale Wicker

      Maybe you have heard of Business Ethics.  Or, possibly, Sports Ethics or even Church Ethics. It is easy to attach a domain name to ethics,  suggesting that there is a type of ethical behavior that is unique to a certain...

        This Very Little Light of Mine

        09.23.18 | by Dr. Dale Wicker

        I have never lived in a house without lights.   That is, all of my life experience includes electricity, for which I am very grateful, even when the bill arrives. My mom always had electricity (I’m pretty sure), but she remembers...

          Understanding the Golden Rule

          09.16.18 | by Dr. Dale Wicker

          You can try to justify your unethical behavior, but it is likely that whomever you’ve been mean to will disagree with your excuses.  Very few people will say, “It’s ok to be mean to me.  Go ahead.” A disregard...