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PHIL 103-06 September 28, 2015 Onora O’Neill o 1941-present o Cambridge o Like Korsgaard, Kant scholar A Question of Trust – Lecture 1 o Volkswagen’s most recent scandal of the “defeat device” Because they got caught… Shareholders are not going to invest more They have lost trust within customers/consumers Polluting the air more Consequentialist argument o Bad consequences occurred because they got caught and decided to add the defeat devices in the first place Deontological argument o Volkswagen violated their consumer/customer’s right to know what was going on with their vehicle o Is there a general crisis of trust in society today?
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