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  • Applied Science
  • They come from diverse backgrounds, have followed unique paths, and do their work in a host of engineering and applied science disciplines, but a common denominator among the faculty of the newly formed Caltech Medical Engineering Department emerged with stunning clarity in ENGenious 's interviews with them: These are people with a strong moral compass who are passionate about making a positive impact on society. (caltech.edu)
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  • But the fact is that capitalism has always had an explicit moral framework that runs as a thread through the writings of Adam Smith, Milton Friedman, and Friedrich Hayek among other foundational thinkers. (forbes.com)
  • This, in fact, is something moral philosophers have been grappling with for several decades. (theconversation.com)
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  • One of the conceptual obstacles to rethinking our moral mathematics is the view that if an action of mine does not make a perceptible difference to an outcome then I cannot be morally required to perform it (or to refrain from performing it). (theconversation.com)
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  • This is the sixth article in a series in which philosophers discuss the greatest moral challenge of our time, and how we should address it. (theconversation.com)
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  • Calling it a "moral obligation" and a "global public good," Illingworth and Parmet suggest that healthcare is a human rights issue, and that extending coverage in the U.S. to non-citizens could actually alleviate both the cost and care burdens on everyone. (medicalxpress.com)
  • How do you balance the financial cost with the human rights obligation? (medicalxpress.com)