By Hartmut Mayer, Henri Vogt
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27. Miller 2001, 453. 28. Note also that other contributions to this book contain a number of direct or indirect references to these principles and their policy-relevant implications. 29. The reason why it is necessary to add this clause is this. If the rich were morally responsible and hence blameworthy for gaining their advantage over the poor, then the grounds for their having duties towards the poor would be their moral responsibility for bringing about their poverty through sheer exploitation and not the beneficiary principle as above.
They may act in a group or on behalf of others. But again, what we perceive is individuals making statements, raising their hands or signing pieces of paper even if they happen to act in concert. A further worry is that admitting that institutions can act seems to entail the ascription of capabilities to institutions which we are accustomed to The Problem of Institutional Responsibility 21 ascribing only to persons: perception, decision-making, deliberation, and so on. Can we really say that institutions have beliefs and feel emotions?
13 The ability to act in a consistent and purposeful fashion presupposes that the given institution has an independent, non-elusive and fairly permanent identity that is not merely the sum of the identities of its constituents. Thus such institutions will strive for consistency not only synchronically (trying to accommodate as many individual preferences as possible) but also strive for consistency over time: present and future policies are to be consistent at least to some extent with policies adopted in the past.
A Responsible Europe?: Ethical Foundations of EU External Affairs (Palgrave studies in European Union Politics) by Hartmut Mayer, Henri Vogt