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    Prudent Policy Formation for Minimizing Clerical Child Sexual Abuse.Stanislaus J. Dundon - 2013 - The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 13 (2):299-312.
    This article provides Catholic authorities with a useful framework for forming prudent and just policies to minimize clerical child sexual abuse, exploiting the 2011 John Jay College report Causes and Context while not ignoring its shortcomings. The framework is St. Thomas Aquinas’s treatment of prudence, and a “profile” of the clerical perpetrators is developed that uses their narcissism as a middle term to explain why these men behaved the way they did. The author concludes by recommending a deterrent policy similar (...)
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    Henry J. Steffens, "The Development of Newtonian Optics in England". [REVIEW]Stanislaus J. Sherman Dundon - 1981 - Journal of the History of Philosophy 19 (1):116.
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    Development Aid: The Moral Obligation to Innovation. [REVIEW]Stanislaus J. Dundon - 1991 - Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 4 (1):31-48.
    The prominent, though not exclusive, role of basic needs strategies to attain ethically acceptable development goals raises the question of the ability of development agencies to find and employ basic needs strategies. The obligation to prevent severe human suffering leads to the obligation to employ basic needs strategies to attain basic needs goals. The history of failure by development agencies in finding and employing basic needs tools leads to a further obligation to cultivate bureaucratic environments which foster profound innovation. This (...)
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    Professional Ethics in the Classroom.Stanislaus J. Dundon - 1988 - Agriculture and Human Values 5 (4):84-91.
    The author describes a team taught (philosophy/agriculture) professional ethics in agriculture course at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. He shows how the teaching, student selection (half agriculture, half non-agriculture), topic selection and class projects (mock public forums on critical issues aimed at achieving a public consensus) were chosen to achieve one main goal, a professional ethics aimed at public service. A second goal, public awareness of the legitimate needs of agriculture, is pursued simultaneously.The public-good orientation of this model of professional (...)
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