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Shlomit Harrosh
Oxford University
  1. Identifying Harms.Shlomit Harrosh - 2012 - Bioethics 26 (9):493-498.
    Moral disagreements often revolve around the issue of harm to others. Identifying harms, however, is a contested enterprise. This paper provides a conceptual toolbox for identifying harms, and so possible wrongdoing, by drawing several distinctions. First, I distinguish between four modes of human vulnerability, forming four ways in which one can be in a harmed state. Second, I argue for the intrinsic disvalue of harm and so distinguish the presence of harm from the fact that it is instrumental to or (...)
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    Hannah Arendt’s Ethics. By Deirdre Lauren Mahony. London.Shlomit Harrosh - 2020 - Arendt Studies 4:213-217.
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  3. Moral Evil in Practical Ethics.Shlomit Harrosh & Roger Crisp (eds.) - 2018 - Routledge.
    The concept of evil is one of the most powerful in our moral vocabulary, and is commonly used today in both religious and secular spheres to condemn ideas, people, their actions, and much else besides. Yet appeals to evil in public debate have often deepened existing conflicts, through corruption of rational discourse and demonization of the other. With its religious overtones and implied absolutism, the concept of evil seems ill-suited to advancing public discourse and pro-social relations in a liberal democracy, (...)
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