Autoriai: ROBERT E. GOODIN
Brūkšninis kodas: 4202184
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"An excellent study of exceptionally broad interest. It speaks to issues at the intersection of political theory, law, empirical social science, and philosophy; and it does so by focusing on a concrete policy question, one that ranks among the most interesting and sharply disputed of our time. Hands down, the best work yet on the complex issues raised by government regulation of smoking." - Cass Sunstein, University of Chicago Law School.
Chapter 1 Introduction 1
Chapter 2 Harm to self 7
2.1 What are the risks?
2.2 Do smokers voluntary accept the risks?
2.3 Do the benefits outweigh the costs?
2.4 Policy options
Chapter 3 Harm to others 57
3.1 The nature of risks
3.2 The right to smoke and the right to breathe
3.3 The voluntariness of passive smoking
3.4 Costs and benefits
3.5 Policy options
Chapter 4 Issues arising 89
4.1 Fairness to people and fairness to products
4.2 Concepts of causation for policymaking
4.3 Bad habits and addictions
4.4 “Grandfathering” health hazards
4.5 The ethics of advertising and the ethics of selling
4.7 Nonsmoking as the norm
4.8 Other countries
4.9 Other poisons
4.10 Business ethics and the tobacco trade
Chapter 5 Conclusion 136