James Mitchell

American psychologist James Mitchell 2017 interview, the difference between legal and necessary:When considering torture, the conversation around deontological and consequentialism is maybe the wrong way to think about it. We should also consider duty. One cannot say that torture is a moral good, but that is not always the point that matters. Depending on the … Continue reading James Mitchell

Entry 29

Another Friday entry written on the phone. Sorry for the spelling and grammar mistakes. (Hopefully I will not make this a habit. I dearly miss sleep) Today I had just Criminal Law, with a lecture in the morning and then a tutorial in the afternoon. In today's lecture we continued with our look into Homicide, … Continue reading Entry 29

Entry 11

Big news for me personally today (still relating to the GDL), I was made a course representative: with no election. This meant that I have continued my streak of entering positions of authority with no backing of my fellow students. Whose said that democracy was alive and well with students? To more academic issues, today … Continue reading Entry 11