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In identifying candidate justifications for pre-parental partiality, I will draw on the literature on the justification of parental partiality, and that on the justification of partiality more generally.
Therefore, I argued that the negative effect of ethical leadership on unethical employee behavior through moral justification would be diminished for employees with a weak moral identity.
The petitions seeking justification for the former CJ's right to retain the vehicle were filed by advocates Sheikh Ahsanuddin and Taufiq Asif while the petition in opposition to his act was filed by Advocate Riaz Hanif Rahi.
He asked the justification in turning Syed Ali Gilani's residence into a sub-jail,' and said that nobody including his family were allowed to meet him.
Russian mass media on Tuesday quoted Bogdanov as saying that Justifications for the presence of the US forces in Syria are unacceptable and raise many questions, emphasizing that there is no excuse for their presence after we declared victory over Daesh.
There can be no justification for any acts of terrorism," Swaraj said while speaking at the ad hoc Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO)Meeting of Foreign Ministers in New York .
Justification Truths hopes that society will stop and think before accepting not only the results of news accounts of shootings, but will begin to take part in educating others about stopping to think first before resorting to killing with guns.
But even while we reject Socrates' explanation of the justification of belief, the need for justification remains.
Thus, the naturalist eschewal of genuine (2) a priori justification and knowledge raises an important question.
Justification: Mustajab often depicts the viscera of Upper Egypt, and many of his finest works are in Tales from Dayrut , trans.
Over the past few decades, Earl Conee and Richard Feldman have defended and developed an evidentialist approach to epistemic justification. On their view, one's doxastic attitude is justified iff it fits one's evidence.
Byline: Tom Segal says Justification could be thrown in off current mark
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