The euphemism of losing “situational awareness” could be an evasive way of describing just this altered state.
He also does not think that all Republican opposition to the mandate is entirely a case of situational ethics.
There is more here, however, than just DC-style situational loyalty.
But the predictable rush to the partisan ramparts leads to situational ethics rather than constructive action.
The training, which was paid for by the school, included firearms and situational drills.
Deep, situational, and emotional jokes based on what is relevant and has a POINT!
This all indicates that this is more than a normal course of action, a situational event.
Double standards and situational ethics are the way the hyperpartisan game is played.
Among Republicans and Democrats, however, situational ethics runs the show.
What shall we say then—that a mental image is a situational item only when the territory is occupied?
early 15c., "place, position, or location," from Middle French situation or directly from Medieval Latin situationem (nominative situatio) "a position, situation," noun of action from past participle stem of situare "to place, locate" (see situate). Meaning "state of affairs" is from 1710; meaning "employment post" is from 1803.
A bad or suspicious event or happening; a potential crime: We may have a situation here, Bob (Police)