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    Businesses, Technological Innovations, and Responsibility
    Business and Professional Ethics Journal 42 (3): 269-290. 2023.
    This article argues that businesses are morally responsible for compensating the people harmed by their activities even if they were not negligent, i.e., the businesses took reasonable precautions. Critics of this position maintain that responsibility requires choice, and by taking precautions, businesses choose not to harm others. This article accepts their argument’s first premise but rejects the second premise. It contends that businesses often seek risky or innovative activities to increase …Read more
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    Rawls’s egalitarianism (review)
    Contemporary Political Theory 21 (S3): 114-117. 2022.