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Garry Young has made three objections against Sebastian Ostritsch’s endorsement view on the immorality of computer games. In this paper, we want to defend the endorsement view against all three of them.
Keywords ethics  computergames  videogames  moral responsibility  endorsement view  young
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DOI 10.1007/s10676-020-09549-9
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