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Individual and collective responsibility
|Statement||edited by Peter A. French ; illustrations by Jane Sterrett.|
|Series||Issues in contemporary ethics|
|Contributions||French, Peter A.|
Cabinet collective responsibility, also known as collective ministerial responsibility, is a constitutional convention in Parliamentary systems that members of the cabinet must publicly support all governmental decisions made in Cabinet, even if they do not privately agree with them. This support includes voting for the government in the legislature. Keywords: collective responsibility; David Miller; agency; state responsibility Introduction The concept of individual responsibility is one of the cornerstones in law and political philosophy. Within criminal law and the law of tort the attribution of individual responsibility for an act is .
The book argues that collective responsibility is indispensible to providing a morally adequate account of collective actions such as genocide, and that without it even individual responsibility Author: Tracy Isaacs. A decade ago, The Oz Principle took the business world by storm. At its root, the principle works like this: Like Dorothy and the gang in The Wizard of Oz, most businesspeople have the tools to succeed, but when things go wrong they blame circumstance or others instead of looking within for the true cause of unsatisfactory results. Once individuals learn to accept responsi/5.
Individual vs Collective Responsibility Decem Decem Life of Liquidity Freedom Known as the “Group Trap”, the belief is that that you can accomplish, acquire and see greater reward by collective responsibility, than by individual responsibility. Collective Responsibility and Professional Roles. Paul B. Thompson - - Journal of Business Ethics 5 (2) - Moral Responsibility in Collective : Jan Narveson.
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Being German and having lived through World War II, I have always felt some obligation to understand group guilt and collective responsibility. Religion often relates (some would say causes) the former, but rarely the latter.
This work satisfies this genuine need. It is on a very short list of recommended books on the topic.4/5(1). Individual and Collective Responsibility: Massacre at My Lai. Paperback – by Peter A. French (Editor), Jane Sterrett (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all 2 formats and editions.4/5(1). Dr Peter A. French is the Lincoln Chair in Ethics, Professor of Philosophy and the Director of the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics at Arizona State University.
He is the author of twenty books including, most recently, Ethics and College Sports (), The Virtues of Vengeance () and Cowboy Metaphysics: Ethics and Death in Westerns (). Individual and Collective Responsibility (Chapter 2) - A Critical Introduction to International Criminal Law.
A Critical Introduction to International Criminal Law. Collective Inaction and Responsibility / Larry May Responsibility and Collective Inaction / David Copp -- The Responsibility of Inactive Fictive Groups for Great Social Problems / Peter A.
French -- Related Documents. He is currently authoring a book on individual responsibility for cooperatively committed harms. Deborah Tollefsen is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Memphis, USA. She is the author of more than 40 articles on topics such as group agency, group epistemology, and collective responsibility, as well as the book Groups as Agents ().
An individual user may print out a PDF of a single chapter of a monograph in OSO for personal use. date: 10 April Individual and Collective Responsibility Structural Pre-Conditionality, Smoking-Gun Evidence, and Collective Responsibility. Taken together, these three binary distinctions yield eight types of responsibility attribution.
It is argued that a collective agent’s responsibility for a past collective act is properly understood on the same theoretical model as is an individual’s responsibility for a past individual : Andrew C. Khoury. Individual responsibility is generally the ethical idea that human beings choose, instigate, or otherwise cause their own actions.
A corollary idea is that because we cause our actions, we can be held morally accountable or legally liable. Collective responsibility refers to responsibilities of organizations, groups and societies.
RE: Individual accountability or Collective accountability – Which one do you value more. -Divya (09/29/15) We have been hearing about good governance or maximum governance.
Collective accountability is what we require to achieve such goal. Individual brilliance is also important but for inclusive growth, collective responsibility is required. of an interconnected world imply the shared responsibility of all citizens and institutions, Young introduced a “social connection model” of responsibility.
In this perspective, responsibility is both individual and collective. It should be carried out through politicalAuthor: Isabelle Aubert, Marie Garrau, Sophie Guérard de Latour. The book develops a theory of collective moral responsibility and a theory of individual responsibility in collective contexts and argues that both are necessary.
Unlike other contributions to the literature on collective moral responsibility, the book includes feminist analysis and addresses contexts of oppression and wrongful social practice. Taken together, these three binary distinctions yield eight types of responsibility attribution. It is argued that a collective agent’s responsibility for a past collective act is properly understood on the same theoretical model as is an individual’s responsibility for a past individual s: Andrew Khoury, Arizona State University.
Almost every important philosopher has discussed it in one way or another. In the latter half of the twentieth century, it became a major topic for many philosophers, including as the subject of numerous books. Most of this attention has been on the responsibility of an individual, with special concern for moral responsibility.
Individual and Collective Responsibility. Definitions of terrorism generally define innocence in terms of a lack of involvement with the issue of concern.
However, there are also issues of individual and collective responsibility. In some cases terrorists may hold groups within a state or even all citizens collectively responsible for.
conceived of collective responsibility as joint responsibilit y of individual human persons. Larry Ma y speaks about the “web of commit ments” in which all individuals find themselves embedded.
Collective responsibility and the devolved administrations. This briefing paper focuses primarily on the doctrine of collective responsibility in relation to the United Kingdom’s Government.
However, the doctrine of collective responsibility has also been accepted and applied by both the Scottish and the Welsh devolved administrations. And there have been others that placed weight on the collective – communist Russia or China, for example.” Judaism, he continued, was the most successful example he knew of that managed the delicate balance between both – giving equal weight to individual and collective responsibility.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. Collective responsibility refers to responsibilities of organizations, groups and societies.
Part of it is the concept known as collective guilt by which individuals who are part of such collectives to be responsible for other people's actions and occurrences by tolerating, ignoring, or harboring them, without actively engaging.
An Introduction to Community and Primary Health Care - by Diana Guzys June as well as an individual and collective responsibility. The PHC approach is founded on the social model of health, which recognises that a person's health is shaped by their biology, social group and family influences, community factors, economic and.
This chapter discusses the relation between collective, individual, and institutional responsibilities with regard to the realization of herd immunity from certain infectious diseases.
The argument is put forth that there is a form of collective moral obligation to realize herd immunity, that there is a principle of fairness in the distribution of the burdens of collective obligations, and.OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: The responsibility of monsters and their makers / Peter French --Some moral infirmities of justice / Haskell Fain --Guilt and responsibility / Kurt Baier --Responsibility and social roles / R.S. Downie --Responsibility and the "system" / David Cooper --Moral responsibility and collective action / Virginia Held.