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Robinson, Competing Conceptions of Modern Desert: Vengeful, Deontological, and Empirical, 67 CAMBRIDGE L.
It seems to depart from the tradition of Roman Catholic bioethics on how to analyze such questions and substitutes a deontological principle for the traditional weighing of benefits to burdens.
involved, we believe that the deontological objection, shorn of
In order to educate and train good reference librarians, we must understand what a good reference librarian is, and I argue that that we should consider what makes a good reference librarian under an ethical model, and that the Aristotelian or virtue ethics model makes more sense than either a deontological or consequentialist model.
Initiated by the Ministry of Information and Parliament Affairs, the deontological code endorses values and principles that the editors in chief pledged on Wednesday to uphold in the operations of their dailies.
Initiated by the Ministry of Information and Parliament Affairs, the deontological code, signed by the editors-in-chief, endorses values and principles that stem from the constitution and the National Action Charter, in compliance with the international press as well as media and human rights conventions.
He makes excellent use of realistic, applicable examples derived from his research and recognizes the contributions of previous research on virtue theory, consequentialism (utilitarian theory), deontological theory (rights theory), and military training communities.
In order to enhance transparency on the matter and in full compliance with deontological standards in the database industry, Artprice has decided to publish a Transparency Drive on the respective tariffs and databases of Artprice and Artnet.
10) A nurse who employs a deontological approach to her practice does her duty, despite the consequences of her action.
2015], who is in fact a staunch defender of deontological morality and objective right and wrong.
For example, some of the authors are engaged specifically with the tension between deontological rights and what is seemingly a consequentialist form of analysis.
highlights two themes that embrace both deontological and teleological approaches to moral normativity: deontologically, he engages well how the canons of the profession should be integrated and followed by those in the profession; teleologically, he points out how the various ways the professionals live (or do not live) out their professions will affect not only the development of their own moral character but also the common good and moral culture of the broader society as well.