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2012, ISBN 9780199644711, xv, 219
It is generally assumed that we are justified in punishing criminals because they have committed a morally wrongful act. Determining when criminal liability... 
Punishment | Criminal justice, Administration of | Moral and ethical aspects | Philosophy | criminal law | Great Britain | United States | Moral assessment | Morally wrongful act | Human rights violation | Moral critique | Moral scrutiny | Political morality | Criminal liability
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Journal of Religious Ethics, ISSN 0384-9694, 12/2016, Volume 44, Issue 4, pp. 722 - 737
ABSTRACT In Handle with Care (2009), novelist Jodi Picoult presents a heartbreaking case involving the question of wrongful birth. This essay examines Ronald... 
principles | justice | morally relevant differences | bioethics | wrongful birth
Journal Article
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01/2010, ISBN 9781405170062, 12
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04/2011, ISBN 1444338676, 22
This chapter contains sections titled: History, Historicism, and Context Impartialism and Universalism Within the Limits of Reason Alone You Can't See Nothing... 
You Can't See Nothing from Nowhere ‐ all information entities merit respect | Floridi, proposing IE as a solution ‐ to alleged “foundationalist crisis” in computer ethics | ‘The golden key ‐ opening palace of eternity,’ highest certificate of truth | ethics, why information ethics ‐ must begin with virtue ethics | reverence from the inside out ‐ embracing local ontologies, states of affairs and entities | ethics, not a question of dealing morally with a given world ‐ question of constructing the world | construction, as vocation of ethics in information age ‐ sorting out what is to be constructed | glimpses of truth in IE ‐ foundationalism and extreme impartialism and universalism | impartialism and universalism ‐ within limits of reason alone | sociopoiesis, justice ‐ competition being cooperation, crafting their own stories | 'The golden key - opening palace of eternity,' highest certificate of truth | Impartialism and universalism - within limits of reason alone | Construction, as vocation of ethics in information age - sorting out what is to be constructed | Sociopoiesis, justice - competition being cooperation, crafting their own stories | Ethics, not a question of dealing morally with a given world - question of constructing the world | Floridi, proposing ie as a solution - to alleged "foundationalist crisis" in computer ethics | You can't see nothing from nowhere - all information entities merit respect | Ethics, why information ethics - must begin with virtue ethics | Glimpses of truth in ie - foundationalism and extreme impartialism and universalism | Reverence from the inside out - embracing local ontologies, states of affairs and entities
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01/2010, ISBN 9781405170062, 17
This chapter contains sections titled: What I s Regulation? How Should We Morally Evaluate Regulation? Welfarism; the Pareto Principle; Kaldor‐Hicks Efficiency... 
instances of regulation ‐ directives limiting air pollution, by environmental protection agencies | regulation as nontax, noncriminal public law ‐ legal directives by governmental bodies | market failure framework | public goods and monopoly power | Stephen Breyer's Regulation and Its Reform ‐ that “no serious effort is made to define ‘regulation’” | moral justification for regulation and morally optimal legal responses | regulatory theory ‐ hardly a well‐developed area of philosophical scholarship | concept of “externality”‐ concept's importance in theorizing regulation | setting of permissible rates for firms | licensure of pharmaceuticals by food‐and‐drug agency | Concept of "externality"- concept's importance in theorizing regulation | Market failure framework | Regulatory theory-hardly a well-developed area of philosophical scholarship | Setting of permissible rates for firms | Stephen Breyer's Regulation and Its Reform-that "no serious effort is made to define 'regulation'" | Instances of regulation-directives limiting air pollution, by environmental protection agencies | Public goods and monopoly power | Regulation as nontax, noncriminal public law-legal directives by governmental bodies | Licensure of pharmaceuticals by food-and-drug agency | Moral justification for regulation and morally optimal legal responses
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