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Charles M. Murphy
Posted: 06.11.10, 11:18 AM
The physician in your example is not acting as an employee of a corporation, but acting unethically as an individual. Hasna's point is that the same physician should not be responsible for unethical conduct by others not under his/her control - such as a laboratory assistant in the same medical group.
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cawb
Posted: 09.17.06, 01:21 PM
I found Hasnas's arguments for the most part unconvincing--especially his assertion that employees might break the law by mistake and hence corporations should not be held responsible for the criminal actions committed by their employees. Come on, a physician who refers patients to a psychiatric hospital without telling them that he is earning a referral commission clearly knows that what he is doing is wrong!
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