From: "'Andrew Phelps' <firstname.lastname@example.org>"
Re: [PsySR-humanrights] Ethical issues with resolution 22A
Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2016 11:36 AM
There is a concern for whether moral psychology is based on one's activity or upon philosophical principles such as those provided by Immanuel Kant. The latter approach might justify moral standings in regards to the troublesome moral situation that you describe.
I mentioned the following introduction from the website of Peggy Davis, NYU Law School here
How one engages ethics is important.
On Wed, 8/17/16, Tuv wrote:
I have been looking at FOIAs related to the operations in the Behavioral Health Unit at Guantanamo. I see no evidence these people know what they are doing. It is not an ethical place to work. The turnover is incredible.