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  1. When Monitoring Facilitates Trust.Emma C. Gordon - forthcoming - Ethical Theory and Moral Practice:1-15.
    It is often taken for granted that monitoring stands in some kind of tension with trusting — especially three-place trust, but sometimes also two-place trust. Using a case study involving relationship breakdown, repair, and formation, I will argue there are some ways in which monitoring can be conducive to two-place trust, and to instances of three-place trust that are likely to be repeated over time—especially when previously established two-place trust has broken down. The result, I hope, is not any kind (...)
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  • Forthcoming in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice when Monitoring Facilitates Trust.Emma C. Gordon - forthcoming - Ethical Theory and Moral Practice:1-15.
    It is often taken for granted that monitoring stands in some kind of tension with trusting — especially three-place trust, but sometimes also two-place trust. Using a case study involving relationship breakdown, repair, and formation, I will argue there are some ways in which monitoring can be conducive to two-place trust, and to instances of three-place trust that are likely to be repeated over time—especially when previously established two-place trust has broken down. The result, I hope, is not any kind (...)
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  • La libertad como el punto de encuentro para la construcción de la confianza en las relaciones humanas.Carlos Vargas-González & Iván-Darío Toro-Jaramillo - 2021 - Isegoría 65:09-09.
    This paper proposes freedom as the condition of possibility for the construction of trust in human relationships. The methodology used is a review of the scientific literature of the most recent moral and political philosophy. As a result of the dialogue between different positions, it is discovered that freedom, despite being present in the act of trust, is forgotten in the discussion around trust, a forgetfulness that has as its main causes the assumption that trust is natural and the confusion (...)
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