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Collectivity : ontology, ethics, and social justice /
edited by Kendy Hess, Violetta Igneski, and Tracy Isaacs.
imprint
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2018]
description
vi, 335 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN
1786606305, 1786606313, 9781786606303, 9781786606310, 9781786606327
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imprint
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2018]
isbn
1786606305
1786606313
9781786606303
9781786606310
9781786606327
contents note
Introduction -- Part I. Ontology -- Social creationism and social groups / Katherine Ritchie -- The peculiar unity of corporate agents / Kendy M. Hess -- Can there be an ethics for institutional agents? / Sean Cordell -- At cross purposes : the responsible subject, organizational reality and the criminal law / Jennifer Quaid -- Part II. Ethics -- Making sense of collective moral obligations : a comparison of existing approaches / Anne Schwenkenbecher -- Individual duties in unstructured collective contexts / Violetta Igneski -- Global obligations and the human right to health / Bill Wringe -- When are collective obligations too demanding? / Felix Pinkert -- Who does wrong when an organization does wrong? / Stephanie Collins -- Part III. Social justice -- What would a feminist theory of collective action and responsibility look like? / Tracy Isaacs -- Identities of oppression: collective intentionality's seriality problem / Eric Chelstrom -- Resisting oppression together: shared intentions and unequal agents / Christina Friedlaender -- Geographically gated communities: collective participation, marginalization, and the importance of shared values / Sarah Roe and Elyse Zavar.
catalogue key
11914861
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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