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On Loyalty and Loyalties The Contours of a Problematic Virtue,9780199371259
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On Loyalty and Loyalties The Contours of a Problematic Virtue

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9780199371259

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0199371253
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5/30/2014
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Oxford University Press
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Author Biography


John Kleinig is a philosopher who taught in Australia until 1986 -- working mostly on moral and social philosophy -- when he moved to the City University of New York, where he taught mainly police ethics and social philosophy. He remains as Strategic Research Professor and Professor of Policing Ethics at Charles Sturt University in Australia.

Table of Contents


Acknowledgments
Introduction

Part I

1. Topography
2. Neighborhood
3. Status
4. Rationale
5. Particularity
6. Oppositions
7. Limits

Part II

8. Friends
9. Family
10. Organization
11. Profession
12. Tribe/Nation
13. Country
14. God

Concluding Note
References

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