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truth-telling

Ethics A component of ethical behavior required of physicians–by the dictums of the Hippocratic Oath and integral to a high standard of professional behavior. See Arato v Avedon, Doctor-patient interaction, Hippocratic Oath, Information overload, Paternalism, Therapeutic privilege.
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Baylon said the diocese called on their parishes, schools, media outlets and social media accounts to be platforms for truth-telling, venues for dialogue.
But all this compulsive truth-telling has Normandy wondering whether it's time to tell the truth about her own family: Her older sister Keira, Green Pastures' most notable alum, has built a wildly successful career on a series of graphic novels portraying Keira as a heroine and Normandy and her parents as grotesque losers--and, in many ways, serving as a self-fulfilling prophecy for their real life.
The bottom line is that punishment does not promote truth-telling," says Victoria Talwar, the lead researcher on the study.
Rosemary's steadfast and courageous truth-telling uncovered the historical roots of women's subjugation in the church--a rigorous task that recovered women's agency.
Here, thirteen artists and collaboratives (including Taryn Simon, Harun Farocki, Kerry Tribe, Jenny Holzer, and Trevor Paglen), exploiting the Freedom of Information Act, government archives, and "insider connections," respond to the US government's cloud of unknowing via strategies ranging from evidence-driven truth-telling to critical modes that mirror the state's artfully constructed ambiguities.
Definition of Parrhesia--Ritualized Practice of Truth-telling
Motorola said that a user speaking falsehoods may exhibit different galvanic skin response than a truth-telling individual.
Frankly, both claims were from the Pinocchio school of truth-telling, fit only to make his nose grow and the angels weep.
A solidly constructed, well-shot docu about the lethal perils of truth-telling south of the border, "Reportero" focuses on a single journalist, Sergio Haro, and his crusading Tijuana newsweekly, Zeta.
provides a social history of lie detectors and other truth-telling machines, uncovering the ways in which the mechanical determination of truth has manifested in popular culture and become embedded in our psyche.
Fundamental truth-telling requires government to begin paying its bills (all of them), to stop promising benefits it cannot afford to provide, and for political leaders to stop using the public treasury as a political sword against political enemies, as a shield to benefit or bail out special political cronies, or as a personal piggy bank with which to enrich themselves or ensure their own return to power.
It argues that the way truth-telling shapes the storytelling in Border Security taps into contemporary social and political ideas about how and why Australian borders should be managed.