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  • ISBN: 9780226511696
  • ISBN10: 0226511693

Sharing Responsibility

by Larry May

  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
  • Publish date: 05/01/1996
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Acknowledgments Introduction 1: Social Existentialism 2: Shared Attitudes 3: Omissions and Responsibility in Groups 4: Communities and Shared Values Pt. 1: Attitudes, Agency, and Responsibility 1: Existentialism, Self, and Voluntariness 1: Responsibility and Agency 2: Existentialism and the Self 3: An Underground Movement in Ethics 4: Voluntariness and Involuntariness 2: Shared Responsibility and Racist Attitudes 1: The Concept of Shared Responsibility 2: Joint Ventures and Conspiracies 3: Omissions and Risks 4: Racist Attitudes and Risks 5: Agency and Attitudes 3: Insensitivity and Moral Responsibility 1: The Concept of Sensitivity 2: Sense and Sensitivity 3: Insensitivity and Culpable Ignorance 4: The Influence of Stereotypes 5: Habits and One's Future Self Pt. 2: Omission, Inaction, and Groups 4: Groups and Personal Value Transformation 1: Personal and Group Values 2: Risking Harm and Institutional Desensitization 3: Responsibility and Omission in Groups 5: Negligence and Professional Responsibility 1: Negligence and Due Care 2: Integrity and Omissions 3: Personal Guilt and Negligence 4: Moral Integrity and Professional Negligence 6: Collective Inaction and Responsibility 1: Collection Action and Collective Inaction 2: Collective Responsibility and Putative Groups 3: Sharing Responsibility for Collective Inaction 4: Practical and Ontological Objections 5: Tragedy and Inactivity Pt. 3: Communities, Roles, and Responsibilities 7: Philosophers and Political Responsibility 1: The Philosopher as Gadfly 2: The Philosopher as Seeker of Wisdom 3: The Special Responsibilities of Philosophers 4: The Responsibilities of Philosophers as a Group 8: Metaphysical Guilt and Moral Taint 1: The Concept of Metaphysical Guilt 2: Guilt and Community Membership 3: The Case of South African Divestment 4: Expanding the Domain of Moral Responsibility 9: Role Conflicts, Community, and Shared Agency 1: Roles and Conscientiousness 2: Conflicts of Responsibility 3: Shared Agency and the Problem of Difference 4: Communitarianism and Discriminatory Traditions Notes Index
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