Tag Archives: moral

political & cultural symptoms of a pathological moral psychology among the powers-that-be

Consider and compare these three recent news items: (i) “Federal prosecutors are pursuing criminal charges against activist Scott Daniel Warren for doing nothing more than giving food, water and shelter to migrants trekking through the desert.” “[P]rosecutors charged Warren with … Continue reading

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Marijuana Violations May Result in Good Moral Character Bar for Naturalization

USCIS has issued new policy guidance clarifying good moral character requirements for naturalization. Naturalization applicants should be aware that a violation of a federal controlled substance law, including for marijuana, remains a conditional bar to establishing good moral character for … Continue reading

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Can A Board's Knowing Violation of the Law Also Be Entirely Fair? How About Moral?

Prof. Justin Pace, Haworth College of Business, Western Michigan University recently sent me his paper, Rogue Corporations: Unlawful Corporate Conduct and Fiduciary Duty. In it, he discusses Delaware's "per se doctrine where the board directs the corporation to violate the… … Continue reading

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USCIS Issuing Policy Guidance to Clarify that Violation of Federal Controlled Substance Law, Including Marijuana, Remains a Conditional Bar to Establishing Good Moral Character for Naturalization

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has issued policy guidance in the USCIS Policy Manual to clarify that violation of federal controlled substance law, including for marijuana, remains a conditional bar to establishing good moral character (GMC) for naturalization even … Continue reading

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Davis on AI & Moral Wisdom

Joshua P. Davis (University of San Francisco – School of Law) has posted  Artificial Wisdom? A Potential Limit on AI in Law (and Elsewhere) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: Artificial intelligence (“AI”) may soon perform all tasks that belong … Continue reading

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