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The Subject, Approach and Distinctiveness of Public Ethics


Richard Bellamy


University College London - Department of Political Science

April 7, 2010

THE LIBRARY OF CONTEMPORARY ESSAYS IN POLITICAL THEORY AND PUBLIC POLICY, R. Bellamy and A. Palumbo, eds., Ashgate, pp. ix-xx, 2010

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This introduction to a collection of classic articles explores different views on the subject, approach and distinctiveness of public ethics. It defends a view that sees politics as a distinctive ethical sphere to be understood in contextual terms, with 'dirty hands' the defining issue of public ethics.

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Keywords: public ethics, dirty hands

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Bellamy, Richard, The Subject, Approach and Distinctiveness of Public Ethics (April 7, 2010). THE LIBRARY OF CONTEMPORARY ESSAYS IN POLITICAL THEORY AND PUBLIC POLICY, R. Bellamy and A. Palumbo, eds., Ashgate, pp. ix-xx, 2010. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1585793

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