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Category Archives: Nonjudgment

Non-judgmental Ethics Sunday: Should You Report a Green-Card Marriage?

posted by Joshua on January 29, 2017 in Ethicist, Nonjudgment

Continuing my series of responses to the New York Times’, The Ethicist, without imposing values, here is my take on today’s post, “Should You Report a Green-Card Marriage?” I am an American living abroad and working as a consultant for a U.S. government-funded project. I am not a full-time government employee, but technically my fees[…] Keep reading →

Non-judgmental Ethics Sunday: What Should a Congregation Have Told a Betrayed Wife?

posted by Joshua on January 22, 2017 in Ethicist, Nonjudgment

Continuing my series of responses to the New York Times’, The Ethicist, without imposing values, here is my take on today’s post, “What Should a Congregation Have Told a Betrayed Wife?” I was a member of a Christian congregation for many years. A married father of two children started helping a widow in the parish.[…] Keep reading →

Non-judgmental Ethics Sunday: What to Do About a Physician Who May Be a Quack

posted by Joshua on January 15, 2017 in Ethicist, Nonjudgment, Perception

Continuing my series of responses to the New York Times’, The Ethicist, without imposing values, here is my take on today’s post, “What to Do About a Physician Who May Be a Quack.” I live in an affluent community in New Jersey. I am a scientist with a Ph.D. and have worked for a company[…] Keep reading →

Non-judgmental Ethics Sunday: Can I Out My Ex-Husband to His Girlfriend?

posted by Joshua on January 8, 2017 in Ethicist, Nonjudgment

Continuing my series of responses to the New York Times’, The Ethicist, without imposing values, here is my take on today’s post, “Can I Out My Ex-Husband to His Girlfriend?” Should I anonymously send a copy of the ad my ex-husband has on a gay-bi-fetish website to his current girlfriend (or more appropriately, beard) to[…] Keep reading →

Non-judgmental Ethics Sunday: Your Sister Won’t Vaccinate Her Son. Can You Help Him?

posted by Joshua on January 1, 2017 in Ethicist, Nonjudgment

Continuing my series of responses to the New York Times’, The Ethicist, without imposing values, here is my take on today’s post, “Your Sister Won’t Vaccinate Her Son. Can You Help Him?” My sister and her ex are against vaccinating their kids, and I completely disagree with them. Vaccines have helped usher in the modern[…] Keep reading →

Non-judgmental Ethics Sunday: What Should You Do When Customers Make Racist Remarks?

posted by Joshua on December 18, 2016 in Ethicist, Nonjudgment

Continuing my series of responses to the New York Times’, The Ethicist, without imposing values, here is my take on today’s post, “What Should You Do When Customers Make Racist Remarks?” I grew up in New York and moved to a small Pacific Northwest ski town a year and a half ago. I work as[…] Keep reading →

Non-judgmental Ethics Sunday: Do You Get Involved When a Parent Treats a Child Badly?

posted by Joshua on December 11, 2016 in Ethicist, Nonjudgment

Continuing my series of responses to the New York Times’, The Ethicist, without imposing values, here is my take on today’s post, “Do You Get Involved When a Parent Treats a Child Badly?” I was walking home from dinner with a friend one evening down a quiet residential street. Two boys, ages somewhere between 8[…] Keep reading →