No doubt many of us would consider an election and its attendant politics to be the paragon of an adversarial institution or process naturally we expect a certain degree of hardball from candidates and parties when it comes to a competition for power. Ethics for adversaries is a pathbreaking book with a rare combination of rigorous theory and relevant examples arthur applbaum presents a fair minded and hard hitting critique of professional ethics. Ethics for adversaries is curated by wayne normanthe mike and ruth mackowski professor of ethics in the philosophy department and kenan institute for ethics at duke university wayne has blogged on related issues over at this sporting life . Ethics for adversaries is a philosophical inquiry into arguments that are offered to defend seemingly wrongful actions performed by those who occupy what montaigne called necessary offices applbaum begins by examining the career of charles henri sanson . Ethics for adversaries has 21 ratings and 1 review tom said good high level coverage of a number of different actors and the challenges of role mor
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