Category Archives: Philosophy

A MICROCOSM STUDY ON WHY LAWYERS SHOULD NOT BE USING THE LANGUAGE OF MORALITY

One aspect of my disciplinary case with the Massachusetts Bar and its false findings calling me immoral is a microcosm of why professional rules of ethics should not be used as a normative process to regulate any profession, in particular that of being a lawyer. This aspect is the simple and undisputed fact that one […]

HOW DO THE VALUES OF PHILOSOPHY HELP IN THE STUDY OF LAW?

They do not. I have studied philosophy my whole life, graduated from Harvard Law School, did trial work for 25 years, and wrote the book “An Existential Philosophy of Law”. They are complete opposites. Philosophy rationally seeks knowledge of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence. Law is the rationale by which the few […]