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What does it mean to have a duty ‘to’ someone

This is the question explored in my latest article (Tim Hayward, ‘On Prepositional Duties’, Ethics, 123.2 (2013): 264-291).  We familiarly speak of a person having a duty ‘to’ another person, but are we really clear what this expression conveys? I … Continue reading

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