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Ideas of Hugh LaFollette, by Text

[American, fl. 2002, Professor at East Tennessee State University.]

2002 Introductions in 'Ethics in Practice'
p.005 p.5 Errors in moral practice might be inconsistent or inappropriate principles, or inappropriate application
p.008 p.8 We can discuss the criteria of a judgment, or the weight given to them, or their application
p.019 p.19 Too many options may open us to unwanted pressures, like being paid very little
p.020 p.20 Should people be forced to make choices?
p.021 p.21 The act/omission distinction is important for duties, but less so for consequences
p.061 p.61 Are we only obligated by agreement, or should we always help the weak?