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Ethics And Collaboration

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In the tradition of abstract-empirical science, ethics and science are incommensurable and must be kept separate lest we confuse 'Is' and 'Ought'. In the tradition of abstract-empirical science, ethics and science are incommensurable and must be kept separate lest we confuse 'Is' and 'Ought'. In the tradition of abstract-empirical science, ethics and science are incommensurable and must be kept separate lest we confuse 'Is' and 'Ought'. The idea of 'collaboration' and 'project' as basic notions for social theory allows to examine ethical principles that are relevant, not just to participants in an explicitly acknowledged collaborative project, but to interaction with others in general. Concretely, the ethics of collaboration depends on the specific modes of collaboration in which people are engaged. This chapter looks at some very general issues related to the ethics of collaborative projects.

Keywords: collaborative projects; empirical science; ethics

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