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  • Consequentialism's double-edged aword 

    Sachs, Benjamin (2010-09) - Journal article
    Recent work on consequentialism has revealed it to be more flexible than previously thought. Consequentialists have shown how their theory can accommodate certain features with which it has long been considered incompatible, ...
  • Contrastive reasons and promotion 

    Snedegar, Justin (2014-10) - Journal article
    A promising but underexplored view about normative reasons is contrastivism, which holds that considerations are fundamentally reasons for things only relative to sets of alternatives. Contrastivism gains an advantage by ...
  • The demandingness of Scanlon's contractualism 

    Ashford, Elizabeth (2003-01) - Journal article
  • Extortion and the ethics of "topping up" 

    Sachs, Benjamin (2009-10) - Journal item
  • Justifications and excuses 

    Baron, Marcia (2005) - Journal article
    The distinction between justifications and excuses is a familiar one to most of us who work either in moral philosophy or legal philosophy. But exactly how it should be understood is a matter of considerable disagreement. ...
  • The liberal ethics of non-interference and the Pareto principle 

    Mariotti, Marco; Veneziani, Roberto (University of St Andrews, 2014-04) - Working or discussion paper
    We analyse the liberal ethics of noninterference applied to social choice. A liberal principle capturing noninterfering views of society and inspired by John Stuart Mill's conception of liberty, is examined. The principle ...
  • Morality, adapted 

    Sachs, Benjamin Alan (2010) - Journal article
    Over the last few decades, scientists have been busy debunking the myth that nonhuman animals relate to each other in a primarily competitive, aggressive way. What they have found is that many species of animal, including ...
  • Non-consequentialist theories of animal ethics 

    Sachs, Benjamin Alan (2015-10) - Journal article
  • Savouring morality. Moral satisfaction renders food of ethical origin subjectively tastier 

    Bratanova, Boyka Antonova; Vauclair, Christine-Melanie; Kervyn, Nicolas; Schumann, Sandy; Wood, Robert; Klein, Olivier (2015-08-01) - Journal article
    Past research has shown that the experience of taste can be influenced by a range of external cues, especially when they concern food’s quality. The present research examined whether food’s ethicality – a cue typically ...
  • Social performance and firm risk : impact of the financial crisis 

    Bouslah, Kais Ben Hmida; Kryzanowski, Lawrence; M'Zali, Bouchra (2016-02-11) - Journal article
    This paper examines the impact of the recent financial crisis (2008–2009) on the relation between a firm’s risk and social performance (SP) using a sample of non-financial U.S. firms covering the period 1991–2012. We find ...
  • Some challenges for ethics in social network research 

    Hutton, Luke; Henderson, Tristan (ACM, 2015-08-21) - Conference item
    Social network sites (SNSes) comprise one of the most popular networked applications of late, with hundreds of millions of users. Collecting and analysing data from such systems creates myriad ethical issues and challenges ...
  • Trust, distrust and commitment 

    Hawley, Katherine Jane (2014-03) - Journal article
  • Two kinds of rule regulating human subjects research 

    Sachs, Benjamin Alan (2015) - Journal article
    Alan Wertheimer argues that before we promulgate some rule regarding the conduct of research on human subjects we ethically ought to consider the consequences of the rule being followed. This ethical requirement has an ...
  • Virtue ethics, Kantian ethics, and the 'one thought too many' objection 

    Baron, Marcia (Walter de Gruyter, 2008) - Book item
  • Why coercion is wrong when it’s wrong 

    Sachs, Benjamin Alan (2013) - Journal article
    It is usually thought that wrongful acts of threat-involving coercion are wrong because they involve a violation of the freedom or autonomy of the targets of those acts. I argue here that this cannot possibly be right, and ...