This reading list contains philosophical books and papers on theories of responsibility, broadly construed. It is by no means intended to be comprehensive, but rather comprises work that the project team has found useful to refer to in the course of the FinCris work.
The list below is organised according to some broad themes, although there is clearly considerable overlap in many of the readings.
H.L.A. Hart, Punishment and Responsibility: Essays in the Philosophy of Law (Oxford University Press, USA, 1968), p. 315.
G Watson, ‘Two Faces of Responsibility’, Philosophical Topics, 24 (1996).
J Fischer and NA Tognazzini, ‘The Physiognomy of Responsibility’, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, LXXXII (2011), 381–417.
Angela M. Smith, ‘On Being Responsible and Holding Responsible’, The Journal of Ethics, 11 (2007), 465–484 <doi:10.1007/s10892-005-7989-5>.
David Miller, National Responsibility and Global Justice (OUP Oxford, 2007), p. 320. Especially chapters 4 & 5
Nicole Vincent, ‘A Structured Taxonomy of Responsibility Concepts’, in Moral Responsibility: Beyond Free Will and Determinism, ed. by Nicole Vincet, Ibo van de Poel and Jeroen van den Hoven (Springer, 2011), p. 254.
R A Duff, ‘Responsibility’, Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. by E Craig (London: Routledge, 1998).
Responsibility and Freewill
JM Fischer, ‘Recent Work on Moral Responsibility’, Ethics, 110 (1999), 93–139.
O’Connor, Timothy, “Free Will”, The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Summer 2011 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.), URL = <http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/sum2011/entries/freewill/>.
Marion Smiley, ‘Collective Responsibility’, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. by Edward N Zalta, 2011.
Larry May and Stacey Hoffman, Collective Responsibility: Five Decades of Debate in Theoretical and Applied Ethics (Rowman & Littlefield, 1991), p. 292.
Peter A. French, Shared Intentions and Collective Responsibility: 30 (Midwest Studies in Philosophy) (John Wiley & Sons).
Journal of Social Philosophy (38, 3): Special Issue on Collective Responsibility, ed. by Larry May and Raimo Tuomela, 2007.
Philip Pettit, ‘Responsibility Incorporated’, Ethics, 117 (2007), 171–201.
Kenneth Shockley, ‘Programming Collective Control’, Journal of Social Philosophy, 38 (2007), 442–455.
H McGary, ‘Morality and Collective Liability’, The Journal of Value Inquiry, 2 (1986).
Applications of Responsibility
Simon Caney, ‘Cosmopolitan Justice, Responsibility, and Global Climate Change’, Leiden Journal of International Law, 18 (2006), 747 <doi:10.1017/S0922156505002992>.
Simon Caney, ‘Climate Change and the Duties of the Advantaged’, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 13 (2010), 203–228 <doi:10.1080/13698230903326331>.
Henry Shue, ‘Global Environment and International Inequality’, International Affairs, 75 (1999), 531–545 <doi:10.1111/1468-2346.00092>.
Joseph Stiglitz, ‘A Bank Bailout That Works’, The Nation, 2009.
Peter French, Collective and Corporate Responsibility (New York: Columbia University Press, 1984).
Manuel Velasquez, ‘Debunking Corporate Moral Responsibility’, Business Ethics Quarterly, 13 (2003), 531–562.
“It’s been a lot of watching and waiting and sending positive energy to all of the people involved,” Amos Rifkin, a music promoter and friend cheap jerseys of the bands involved, said Monday afternoon. “It’s a horrible situation.”
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Photos: 2 heavy metal bands in fatal I 85 van crash
Three people were pronounced dead at the scene, which was about 65 miles northeast of Atlanta: Nicholas Crisostomo, 25, of Round Hill, Va.; Ian A. McKinney, 30, of Madison, Tenn.; and Paul J. Truesdell, 29, of Mableton.
Crisostomo was listed as a member of Khaotika, an Atlanta based group whose Facebook page describes its music as “melodic occult metal.” McKinney and Truesdell were believed to be members of Wormreich, a Huntsville, Ala. based band whose Facebook page describes its music as “black metal.”
Eight other people were injured in the crash, the state patrol said, and, as of Monday afternoon, three were in critical condition. Those injured were: Matthew A. Shaner, 31, of Silver Springs, Md.; Jasmine Zarinebaf, 19, of Naperville, Ill.; Kamilla Hayes, 44, of Norcross; Patricia Shoemaker, 49, of Jonesboro; Christopher Pezzano, 45, of Toney, Ala.; Christopher E. Pyle, 27, of Owensboro, Ky.; James C. Berile, 25, of Leesburg, Va.; and Stephen K. Shoemaker, 53, of Jonesboro.
Monday night’s show at The Basement, a venue on the lower level of East Atlanta Village’s Graveyard Tavern, was called off because of the deadly wreck. It was unclear which were considered in critical condition.
Rifkin said Monday afternoon that many of those injured were still in surgery.
Khaotika and Wormreich were on a short tour together, playing in Chicago on Friday, St. They were scheduled to play Monday night at The Basement, a venue on the lower level of East Atlanta Village’s Graveyard Tavern.
Monday night’s show at The cheap nfl jerseys Basement, a venue on the lower level of East Atlanta Village’s Graveyard Tavern, was called off because of the deadly wreck. “The van carrying Wormreich Khaotika was involved in a serious accident on the way to Atlanta. Our thoughts are with those involved their families.”
In the hours following the crash, a benefit concert was scheduled in support of the bands.
“Everybody is obviously really shaken up,” Rifkin said earlier in the day. “Everybody had friends, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters in the van.”
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