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Individual choices, collective responsibility

Maria Duggan

Individual choices, collective responsibility

sexual health, a public health issue

by Maria Duggan

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Published by Family Planning Association in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMaria Duggan, Anne Weyman.
ContributionsWeyman, Anne., Family Planning Association (Great Britain)
The Physical Object
Pagination10p. ;
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18633298M

  Collective and individual responsibility. one reason COVID advice has been framed as a matter of personal choice and responsibility was to avoid the costs and duties of . The book showed that the “impossibility theorems” in social choice theory—led by the pioneering work of Kenneth Arrow—do not negate the possibility of reasoned and democratic social choice. Sen’s ideas about social choice, welfare economics, inequality, poverty, and human rights have continued to evolve since the book’s first.

“Collective responsibility,” he says, “is a special case of vicarious responsibility; and there can be no such thing as vicarious guilt.” In other words, there is such a thing as responsibility for things one has not done; one can be held liable for them. Part of the Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy book series (LOET, volume 27) Abstract. Can rather than being caused by culpable individual choices alone, in which case individual fault and responsibility could more plausibly be assigned. In Collective Responsibility: Five Decades of Debate in Theoretical and Applied Ethics, edited.

  Living out our collective responsibility in changemaking means respecting and encouraging each individual’s power of agency as they manifest it, in their own way and on their own time. If we don’t see and accept this as a shared responsibility, then we risk placing the burden of changemaking only on those most impacted by societal.   Individual rights vs. Social responsibilities The most heinous of crimes are those committed against children. Society views these crimes as unacceptable and accepts the responsibility of ensuring the protection and safety of children from sexual predators. On the other hand even the most heinous criminals have rights. Jessica’s law ensures the social responsibility while civil rights of.


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Framing collective care as collective responsibility book individual economic choice is, of course, absurd; if your local pub shuts, it won’t be because you didn’t drink enough Individual choices during a pandemic. Individual and Collective Responsibility.

Definitions of terrorism generally define innocence in terms of a lack of involvement with the issue of concern. However, there are also issues of individual and collective responsibility. In some cases terrorists may hold groups within a state or even all citizens collectively responsible for.

Individual responsibility is generally the ethical idea that human beings choose, instigate, or otherwise cause their own actions.A corollary idea is that because we cause our actions, we can be held morally accountable or legally collective responsibility book. Collective responsibility refers to responsibilities of organizations, groups and which individuals who are part of such collectives to be.

And in Asian cultures, where there is a deep sense of collective responsibility, wearing a mask when you’re sick, or might be sick, is a long tradition and a cultural value. But our American culture doesn’t emphasize our care for our neighbor, it emphasizes our need to take personal responsibility for our choices.

Cabinet collective responsibility, also known as collective ministerial responsibility, is a constitutional convention in Parliamentary systems that members of the cabinet must publicly support all governmental decisions made in Cabinet, even if they do not privately agree with them.

This support includes voting for the government in the legislature. Some Communist political parties apply a. The concept of collective responsibility is present in literature, most notably in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner", a poem telling the tale of a ship's crew who died of thirst after they approved of one crew member's killing of an albatross.

's Ben-Hur and 's prison crime drama Bad Boys depict collective responsibility and punishment. RE: Individual accountability or Collective accountability – Which one do you value more.

-Divya (09/29/15) We have been hearing about good governance or maximum governance. Collective accountability is what we require to achieve such goal.

Individual brilliance is also important but for inclusive growth, collective responsibility is required. Individual vs Collective Responsibility Decem Decem Life of Liquidity Freedom Known as the “Group Trap”, the belief is that that you can accomplish, acquire and see greater reward by collective responsibility, than by individual responsibility.

On top of these, it argues that collective action is something we owe to ourselves, as moral agents, because without it we are left facing marring choices. In the absence of collective action, it is argued that the primary individual duty is to promote such action, with a.

The book develops a theory of collective moral responsibility and a theory of individual responsibility in collective contexts and argues that both are necessary.

Unlike other contributions to the literature on collective moral responsibility, the book includes feminist analysis and addresses contexts of oppression and wrongful social practice. The turn towards community and individual responsibility is one response to this crisis: putting into place the scaffolding which nudges people into greater engagement with the choices available for resolving their daily problems; attention to accountability is another.

Accountability operates at different levels: rendering an account of what happened: a chronicle of the turn of events. Just as the individual, not the group, is metaphysically real—and just as the individual, not the collective, has a mind and thinks—so too the individual, not the community or society, is the fundamental unit of moral concern.

The individual is morally an. You have choices, but what’s possible and what’s convenient is dictated by companies, governments and other institutions. Neoliberalism and the trap of individual responsibility. Framing climate action as a lifestyle choice is a neoliberal way of looking at the issue, and it makes perfect sense within our hyper-individualist consumer culture.

Climate Change and Collective Responsibility. rather than being caused by culpable individual choices alone, in which case individual fault and responsibility could more plausibly be.

Individual Versus Collective Approaches the public health community has long understood the need for programs that blend a focus on individual choices and collective responsibility.

The book includes a useful introduction to get through the contents and have a general idea of the main positions of the debate about collective responsibility. Very good to know in one read the main points of the debate or very good to start a deeper research in s: 1.

Philosophical approaches to collective moral responsibility fall into two main categories, individualist and collectivist. Individualists think of it as a reductive concept; collectivists think of it more holistically.

Having argued in Chapter 1 that collectives’ intentional actions flow from their intentions, this chapter claims that we may therefore understand collective moral. He is currently authoring a book on individual responsibility for cooperatively committed harms. Deborah Tollefsen is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Memphis, USA.

She is the author of more than 40 articles on topics such as group agency, group epistemology, and collective responsibility, as well as the book Groups as Agents ().

These technologies also transmogrifies socio-political and cultural expectations about health wherein individual lifestyle choices replace collective responsibility, public provisioning, and. Examples of collective responsibility in a sentence, how to use it.

20 examples: Although they held the view that the individual is responsible, participants. The concept of collective responsibility, or group punishment, for crimes or other harmful acts, was a pervasive feature of ancient societies, as exemplified by the Roman Senatus Consultum Silanianum, a resolution by the Roman senate in 10 CE, and the Greek notion of “pollution.” This chapter briefly surveys historical examples of collective responsibility, which have largely given way to.

Responsibility can feel heavy, loss of autonomy heavier yet. Recognizing choice and reframing response to outcome can lighten these loads. Realizing we can only control our own results can shift the means of choosing. Acknowledging that we are part of a collective, and can demonstrate choice externally through our actions, broadens our perspective.

Then he wonders why he delegated any responsibility in the first place! Solution: Collective Accountability. The solution is to link consequences to collective results. A small part of rewards (bonus) can still be tied to achieving individual goals, but most of the rewards should be earned when the business as a whole succeeds.