Hallie Liberto, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Maryland, College Park
Hallie Liberto is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Maryland, College Park. Previously, she has been Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department at the University of Connecticut - Storrs, Lawrence Rockefeller Fellow at Princeton University, and a visiting Fellow at Australian National University.
Part I. The Moral Mechanism 1. Giving the Green Light: Methods and Mechanisms 2. Isolating the Normative Power 3. The Question of Dynamics Part II: The Trigger and the Transformation 4. Invasive Wrongdoing Addendum: Applications in the Domain of the Body 5. How Consent is Rendered: The Ontological Question 6. Social Convention and the Scope of Consent Part III: The Question of Vitiation 7. Limited-Scope Analysis of Misinformation, Deception, and Permissive Consent 8. Consent under Volitional Coercion 9. Coercion and Nearby Moral Phenomena
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