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Unformatted text preview: TD-Persuasive Letters-Dr. Beckwith-Howard• Mazur, T. (1993) Lying. Issues in Ethics, (6)1.http://www.scu.edu/ethics/publications/iie/v6n1/lying.htmlLying is a form of persuasion. Think of an example from your own, first-hand business, workplace or professional experience when someone lied to you. Do NOT describe lies from a politician, or celebrity. Briefly describe the lie. Describe harm done to the people and/or organization. Do you believe the lie was justifiable, given the circumstances? But start your post by responding to someone else’s post. You might respond by saying whether you agreed or disagreed with the other post. Or you might respond by adding another reason that the lie was wrong.(If you are the first person to post a comment for this module, you obviously can’t respond to a previous post, so you only have to present an example and say why it was wrong.)As the Commandant of an NCO Academy, I often have students and cadre that come before my desk because of their inability to maintain standards. I have experienced so many lies by so many people individuals who are grasping for any attempt to get out of trouble. One particular many people individuals who are grasping for any attempt to get out of trouble....
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