Imperfect Democracy and the Moral Responsibilities of Policy Advisers
The idea of democracy plays an important role in reflection on the ethics of policy advising. Advisers to democratic governments are comforted by the thought that those whom they serve are in turn (at least at some remove) servants of “the people,” chosen by the people, and that the values motivating the policies they help to shape are in some sense “society’s values,” expressed through the democratic process.
KeywordsMoral Responsibility Ethical Theory Moral Dilemma Democratic Process Policy Adviser
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