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what is selective ethics and why is it wrong to use it in science?

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    One definition of selective ethics "
    targeting the ethical lapses of others while engaging in your own"


    Your library may have this magazine which has an excellent article on selective ethics and science.


    Unscientific ethics: science and selective ethics.
    Publication Date: 01-JAN-07
    Publication Title: The Hastings Center Report
    Format: Online
    Author: Benatar, David

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    i still don't understand why he thinks selective ethics is wrong, though.

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