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The Nature and Ethical Significance of Manipulation
What distinguishes manipulative interpersonal influence from non-manipulative influence? When is it wrong to manipulate a person and what makes it wrong? I articulate a novel account according to which interpersonal ...
Towards a New Theory of Exploitation
This work examines exploitation as a moral wrong, with the specific goal of explaining how one party might wrong another in an interaction that is to the benefit of both and fully consensual. This form of exploitation is ...
The Concept of Human Dignity in Bioethics
The concept of human dignity has gained a great deal of traction in European bioethics, yet there remains in American bioethics a deep skepticism regarding the utility of the notion. I contend that the appeal to human ...