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    Marginalized Vices, Virtue as Intermediary, and Ethical Generalizations: Recognizing the Particularity of Attaining Virtue.Alexandra T. Romanyshyn - forthcoming - Heythrop Journal.
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    How Altruistic Organ Donation May Be Bad.Ben Saunders - 2018 - Journal of Medical Ethics 44 (10):681-684.
    It has traditionally been assumed that organ donation must be altruistic, though the necessity of altruistic motivations has recently been questioned. Few, however, have questioned whether altruism is always a good motive. This paper considers the possibility that excessive altruism, or self-abnegation, may be intrinsically bad. How this may be so is illustrated with reference to Tom Hurka’s account of the value of attitudes, which suggests that disproportionate love of one’s own good—either excessive or deficient—is intrinsically bad. Whether or not (...)
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