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Krzywdzenie a przyzwalanie na krzywdę. Część I: Status osoby postronnej
(Hurting and allowing harm. Part I: Status of a third party)

Authors: Mirosław Rutkowski
Uniwersytet Szczeciński
Keywords: hurting allowing harm Tooley's machine the principle of moral symmetry third party
Year of publication:2019
Page range:17 (25-41)
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Hurting and allowing harm. Part I: Status of a third party In this article I defend the thesis that there is a morally significant difference between doing harm (or harming) and merely allowing harm to happen.
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