Self-Integration as a Basic Good: A Response to Chris Tollefsen

American Journal of Jurisprudence 52 (1):293-96 (2007)
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Defends my proposed account of lying (framed in terms of new classical natural law theory) against Chris Tollefsen's objections, centering on the objection that, whatever else it involves, lying necessarily involves an attack on the basic good of self-integration.



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