ABSTRACT. Ruiz maintains that the local laws of the responsibilities of civil servants tend to employ the generic expression of civil servant. Ricoeur remarks that current sentencing practices and forms of rehabilitation prevent the condemned person from acknowledging fault. Raff notes that the concept of absolute private property by which an owner can do whatever he wishes with what belongs to him has been attacked in many ways. At the core of Hattori’s conception of moral regulation is a very specific link between ontological and epistemological premises and certain normative standards.



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