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|Title:||Wearing Many Hats Well: Ethical Guidance on Occupying Professional Roles|
|Abstract:||Professionals’ responsibilities allow and restrict behavior in ways not expected for persons outside of their role; how and when do roles morally justify professionals’ special duties? I argue that prominent consequentialist and nonconsequentialist theories’ shared “middle-level” principles provide sufficient common ground to ethically define and evaluate professional role responsibilities. Ultimately, I develop the concept of moral role responsibility in order to respond ethically to cases of conflicts in which professionals occupy multiple roles.|
|Type of Material:||Princeton University Senior Theses|
|Appears in Collections:||Philosophy, 1924-2020|
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