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    John Staddon (2001). Science as Politics by Other Means: Fact and Analysis in an Ethical World. Behavior and Philosophy 29 (1).
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    John Staddon (1998). Editorial: Instinct and the Operant. Behavior and Philosophy 26 (1):1-3.
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  3. John Staddon (2004). The Future. Behavior and Philosophy 32 (2):243.
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  4. John Staddon (2003). Fact, Value, and Science. Behavior and Philosophy 31:193.
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    John Staddon (1999). On Responsibility in Science and Law. Social Philosophy and Policy 16 (2):146.
    Respon'sible, liable to be called to account or render satisfaction: answerable: capable of discharging duty: able to pay. The old Chambers's dictionary gives a behavioristic view of responsibility: in terms of action, not thought or belief. “Lust in the heart” is not equated to lust in flagrante. It is this view I shall explore in this essay, rather than the more subjective notion of moral responsibility, as in, “I feel moral responsibility for not doing anything to save the Tutsis [Hutus, (...)
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