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By D.E. Williams, E.D. Garten

ISBN-10: 0762310103

ISBN-13: 9780762310104

Quantity 20 contains very important contributions to the sector from the united kingdom, Germany, and the U.S.. those care for the evolving function of the executive details officer, details ethics, library companies at a distance, e-metrics, and non-stop caliber development.

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627). The American Library Association’s stance implies a form of liberty in the negative sense, the least restrictive liberty. It is obvious that Hauptman’s position does not align with that of the American Library Association; he argues that that there are times when it is morally justified to limit the access to information. But can it be said that Hauptman is preserving liberty in the positive sense? Liberty in the positive sense, as defined by Berlin in Two Concepts of Liberty, is a form of liberty that entails the freedom to pursue a particular end.

I will begin by reviewing their positions, recognizing both the strengths and Information Ethics, a Philosophical Approach 43 weaknesses of each of their arguments and then apply the Principle of Generic Consistency to these scenarios to show how Gewirth would address these moral conflicts. Gewirth’s moral theory would appeal to the consistency principle found in the arguments presented by Hauptman and Constant, while preserving the categorical nature of morality, as exhibited by both Kant and Dowd.

Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. Hardesty, L. (1998). Computer center-library relations at smaller institutions: A look from both sides. CAUSE/EFFECT, 21(1), 35–41. Kotter, J. P. (1990). What leaders really do. Harvard Business Review (May-June), Reprint 90309. Moholt, P. (1989). What happened to the merger debate? Libraries & Computer Centers: Issues of Mutual Concern (May), 1. Morgan, M. (2001). Traditional companies play with titles. Ann Arbor News, Business Section (June 3), E1. Oblinger, D.

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