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    Joint Rights : Human Beings, Corporations and Animals.Seumas Miller - 2021 - Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy 12.
    In this paper I, firstly, distinguish between human rights, natural rights and institutional rights and argue that some so-called human rights, such as the right to life, are natural rights and others, such as the right to vote, are institutional rights. Secondly, I sketch my account of joint rights and apply it to two kinds of entities that are importantly different from one another and from individual human beings, namely, business corporations and non-human animals. I do so to test the (...)
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  2. A Critical Review of Mirror Neurons in Business Ethics : They Don’T Reflect As Much As You Think.David Ohreen - 2021 - Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy 12:8-18.
    Mirror neuron activation has been applied to number of business ethics contexts including marketing, charitable giving, organizational connectedness, and leadership. Unfortunately, the business literature has often ignored research in philosophy and psychology which can provide insight into the application of mirror neurons to business contexts and other disciplines. I will argue that the use of mirror neurons to support business decisions cannot be established solely on the existence of neural activation as it requires higher level cognitive functions that go beyond (...)
     
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