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    On Groups, Group Action and Preferential Treatment.R. W. Brimlow - 1996 - Journal of Philosophical Research 21:341-376.
    In this paper I analyze the nature of groups and collective actions, focusing primarily upon those groups that do not possess either a formal organizational structure or formalized decision procedures. I argue that the unity relation for all groups is a common interest and that the existence of this common interest makes even informal groups specific and enduring entities which can act and be acted upon.In light of this discussion, I proceed to examíne the issue of affirmative action programs and (...)
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    Just Do It: Deniability and Renegades. [REVIEW]R. W. Brimlow - 1997 - Journal of Business Ethics 16 (1):1-5.
    When a "corporation" engages in unethical activity it is frequently difficult to determine whether the responsibility for such an action properly lies with management or should rather be ascribed to the employee engaged in the activity. In this paper I argue that managers ought to be held responsible for the moral environment in which employees work and that this be achieved through the implementation of a morals audit which focuses on the process of achieving objectives rather than on results.
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