|Abstract||is to be answerable; answerability is to a person or body who has the right or standing to call me to account. ... Claims of the form ‘A is responsible for X’ are therefore incomplete: they must be filled out by specifying ... to whom A is responsible for X. That specification need not be explicit ... but it must be available. (Duff 2007, 23-25.)|
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