The second is the question about whether a democracy can rightly enforce other laws against persons who have been pro tanto
excluded from democratic public discourse.
Broome argumenta, aunque no de manera concluyente, a favor de la tesis de que los requisitos racionales son razones pro tanto
For semi-compatibilists, the control required for moral responsibility constitutes having certain reasons, including pro tanto
reasons, that causally determine our actions in an appropriate way.
Weaker Locative Analysis: G is non-instrumentally good for X if and only if (i) G is pro tanto
non-instrumentally good, (ii) G has properties that generate, or would generate, agent-relative reasons for X to desire G for its own sake, (iii) G is essentially related to X.
In sum, it seems that there is a strong pro tanto
moral argument along the lines above for extensive free speech from a concern for overall welfare.
For example, Hurd argues that considerations of formal justice and institutional efficiency may well provide officials pro tanto
moral reason to punish the innocent.
He seems, therefore, to think that prima facie duties express general verdictive considerations and that they are prima facie, or pro tanto
in the sense that any one can be overridden by any one of the others.
Reducing Nonsettling Parties' Liability Pro Tanto
where the Court permitted the bifurcation of a single lease that covered two floors, and approved the assignment of the lease pro tanto
for only one of those floors.
It might be a pro tanto
merit in a work which could be outweighed by other pro tanto
defects, so that overall the work lacks merit.
Even someone who adopts the second sort of stance seems pro tanto
to be committing herself to giving her share, irrespective of the actions of others.
Those who had access--Leon Henderson, Averell Harriman, Edward Stettinius --were deemed to be, pro tanto
, men of power.