joins as Senior Vice President and Head of EMD Serono's US Fertility, Metabolic Endocrinology and HIV franchise after takingover this role on an ad-interim basis earlier this year.
proposed that he and Papadopoulos form an energy-related business that would be financed by Russian billionaires "who are not under sanctions" and would "open all doors for us" at "any level all the way to the top".
In his new role, Millian
will lead the strategic direction of the Company's US Neurology and Immunology franchise.
Scanlon subsequently criticized the Millian
principle on other grounds than I explore here and embraced a modified, but broader, theory of freedom of speech that, inter alia, offers primary recognition to speaker and audience interests.
Building on Mill's essay, Walzer now reengages the Millian
argument and discusses three cases where an intervention serves the underlying purposes that nonintervention was designed to uphold.
While here, Mr Millian
will tour the Red House Museum in Gomersal and Oakwell Hall in Birstall.
For starters, I am skeptical that the foregoing "goods" remain valuable when people use their liberty, Kantian or Millian
autonomy, or preference for unconstrained decision making in ways we agree to be wrongful.
According to Devitt & Sterelny (1999), the Millian
view is the view that the meaning of a name is exhausted by its role of designating its bearer.
They are no less a problem for Millian
attempts to deal with empty names, of course.
1240 (2004); see also Keith Burgess-Jackson, Our Millian
Autonomy is realized whenever persons lead lives they find meaningful--even when they do not choose their lives through Millian
experimentation and the lives they prefer are not liberal in substance.
Perhaps even more importantly, Millian
"social justice" cannot be realized by an individual agent but requires organized collective--political--action.