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The Scrivener's Dilemma In Divorce Mediation: Promulgating Progressive Professional Parameters, Robert Kirkman Collins Jan 2016

The Scrivener's Dilemma In Divorce Mediation: Promulgating Progressive Professional Parameters, Robert Kirkman Collins

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Legal And Ethical Concerns About Sexualorientation Change Efforts, Tia Powell, Edward Stein Jan 2014

Legal And Ethical Concerns About Sexualorientation Change Efforts, Tia Powell, Edward Stein

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Mad Money: Wall Street's Bonus Obsession, Jeanne L. Schroeder Jan 2012

Mad Money: Wall Street's Bonus Obsession, Jeanne L. Schroeder

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Trick Or Treat: The Ethics Of Mediator Manipulation, Jim Coben, Lela P. Love Jan 2010

Trick Or Treat: The Ethics Of Mediator Manipulation, Jim Coben, Lela P. Love

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Much of what good mediators do can be characterized as “helpful interventions” that assist the parties towards legitimate goals such as a better understanding, a platform for developing options, and (where the parties choose) an agreement or settlement. However, all such “helpful interventions” are inevitably "manipulative," in the sense that the mediator is, often unilaterally, making “moves” with profound impact on the parties’ bargaining. To evaluate the ethics of any individual move, the authors propose asking two questions: 1) does the move further or help a legitimate party or process goal that advances party self-determination in decision-making; and 2) is ...


Spinoza's Dialectic And The Paradoxes Of Tolerance: A Foundation For Pluralism, Michel Rosenfeld Jan 2003

Spinoza's Dialectic And The Paradoxes Of Tolerance: A Foundation For Pluralism, Michel Rosenfeld

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Tolerance and pluralism seem to draw on the same criterion of legitimacy. The liberal case for tolerance, however, leads to a series of paradoxes, including Popper's paradox of tolerance according to which tolerating theintolerant is self-defeating. Spinoza's defense of tolerance as it emergesfrom his Theological-Political Treatise and his Ethics is more pervasive and much more encompasssing than the liberal justification. Spinoza justifies tolerance as a private and public virtue as well as on prudential grounds. Although Spinoza's conception of tolerance appears in significant respects paradoxical and contradictory - e.g., it is puzzling why Spinoza, the philosopher of ...


The Ethics Of Genetic Research On Sexual Orientation, Udo Schuklenk,, Edward Stein, Jacinta Kerin, William Byne Jan 1997

The Ethics Of Genetic Research On Sexual Orientation, Udo Schuklenk,, Edward Stein, Jacinta Kerin, William Byne

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