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  1. The Principle of Objectified Circumstances : Clarifying the Proximate End.Paul Dixon - 2015 - Heythrop Journal 56 (4):570-583.
    This paper seeks to clarify the proximate end. A distinction is made between the definition of an act and the identification of an act. The principle of objectified circumstances is postulated which, without expanding beyond the proximate end, gives due weight to both the perspective of the acting person and the context within which an act occurs. POC is used to help discern the object contained within the proximate end. It is applied to the issues of euthanasia, lying, mutilation, and (...)
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