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Nicholas J. Caste [4]Nicholas Joseph Caste [1]
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    Granting the suffrage to felons in prison.Saul Brenner & Nicholas J. Caste - 2003 - Journal of Social Philosophy 34 (2):228–243.
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    Corporations and rights.Nicholas J. Caste - 1992 - Journal of Value Inquiry 26 (2):199-209.
    Corporations despite their status as legally fictitious persons are not such, and to confound them with real persons in even the minimal legal sense is to negate much of the force of the concept of rights when applied to the society. When corporations have rights individual rights become meaningless. While corporations may need some form of protection to make them financially feasible investments, they need not be given the full protection of rights which are assigned to the individual. A much (...)
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    Drug testing and productivity.Nicholas J. Caste - 1992 - Journal of Business Ethics 11 (4):301 - 306.
    In this article I attempt to examine the justification for the mandatory drug testing of employees. The justification commonly assumes the form of the productivity argument which states that an employer has a proprietary right to regulate the purchased time of the employee. Since the employer may be rightfully concerned with the employee''s productive output, so this argument goes, the employer retains the right to motivate production. By extension, the employee''s behavior outside of the workplace which affects his or her (...)
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    Corporate democracy.Nicholas J. Caste - 1994 - Journal of Social Philosophy 25 (2):168-178.
    Fear breeds mediocrity…. Some argue that fear is an inherent byproduct of any structure based on hierarchy. I can't swear that's true, but I suspect it is.
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