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Impartiality, justice and fairness: The ethics of concurrent termination [chapter]

D. Lehmann, A. Pnueli, J. Stavi
1981 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Different versions of fairness are introduced: Impartiality, Fairness and Justice, and Methods for proving their termination are presented.  ...  The method of well founded structures for proving termination of programs is extended to concurrent programs. The more complicated case is when a program terminates only for fair executions.  ...  On the other hand every impartial computation which interleaves applications of fl and f2 in some fair manner will eventually terminate.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-10843-2_22 fatcat:zqsolabndjdw7eqjgbmq3kra7u

Hypocrisies of Fairness: Towards a More Reflexive Ethical Base in Organizational Justice Research and Practice

Marion Fortin, Martin R. Fellenz
2007 Journal of Business Ethics  
Citation for published item: Fortin, M. and Fellenz, M. (2008) 'Hypocrisies of fairness : towards a more reflexive ethical base in organizational justice research and practice.  ...  We believe that the fields of organizational justice and normative justice can benefit from combined research.  ...  as impartiality, objectivity, and shared standards and norms.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10551-006-9330-z fatcat:svn2icg2lfbwvdug76236isb2e

Disciplinary Liability of Legal Advisors and Legal Advisor Trainees in the Face of the Principle of a Fair Trial

Kinga Łuniewska, University of Białystok
2017 Białostockie Studia Prawnicze  
Th e disciplinary liability of legal advisors regulates norms of conduct in a way that respects the rules of a fair trial.  ...  Judicial authorities and self-governing bodies within the profession supervise the correct conduct of legal advisors.  ...  Nevertheless, the court must be autonomous and impartial because a fair trial cannot be guaranteed without these features 37 .  ... 
doi:10.15290/bsp.2017.22.01.en.05 fatcat:5lvqvicglfgkve67fxggqtmapm

Fairness and Inclusion for Users of Surface Transport—An Exploratory Thematic Study for Irish Users

Ajeni Ari, Maria Chiara Leva, Lorraine D'Arcy, Mary Kinahan
2022 Sustainability  
A framework for our discussion was formed with consideration of the theoretical aspects of fairness, justice, and gender in transport, as well as user statistics.  ...  Primary among these was the necessity of both the acknowledgment and appreciation of the issues disproportionately experienced by women.  ...  participation, and partners of the DIAMOND project.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14116480 fatcat:ypt6t4zkdngajc6lyuymvcwt6y

La désobéissance civile à l'épreuve du principe du fair-play : entre ingratitude et reconnaissance

Hourya Bentouhami
2006 Tracés  
Rawls, « Legal Obligation And The Duty of Fair Play » in Law and Philosophy , 3, S.  ...  C’est ce que pose John Rawls dans son article « Legal Obligation, and the Duty of Fair Play »3 d’abord et plus tard dans Théorie de la Justice 4.  ... 
doi:10.4000/traces.234 fatcat:dvvl6kdckffcjmuk5a7i33uojy

A Relational Fairness Perspective on Individuality and Individualization in Contemporary Approaches to Compensation in Organizations [chapter]

Martin Lund Petersen
2014 A Relational Fairness Perspective on Individuality and Individualization in Contemporary Approaches to Compensation in Organizations  
distant but more lasting period of time, the prudent man is always both supported and rewarded by the entire approbation of the impartial spectator, and of the representative of the impartial spectator  ...  Mills (1874/2000: 89; 93) turned into a distinction between political economy and ethics (notable Kantian ethics) -that is, a functional division of scientific subjects, entailed a division of moral and  ...  The focus of the project is on the relation between pay differentiation and social relations between colleagues.  ... 
doi:10.13052/rp-9788793237308 fatcat:tbj5sdmdpzeppp3ax45ficly7i

Fairness in the Air: California's Air Pollution Hearing Boards

Kenneth A. Manaster
2005 UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy  
in which the member "cannot accord a fair and impartial hearing or consideration  ...  the value of expressed concurrences and dissents.  ...  , and perhaps even without identifying themselves, then considerable confusion and wasted time can be the result. 247 Such comments cannot be any part of the basis for the hearing board's decision, and  ... 
doi:10.5070/l5241019526 fatcat:423gzfrt2bajxec52jz5huix7u

Page 1660 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 83d [page]

1983 Mathematical Reviews  
.; Stavi, J. 83d:68022 Impartiality, justice and fairness: the ethics of concurrent termination. Automata, languages and programming ( Akko, 1981), pp. 264-277, Lecture Notes in Comput.  ...  Different versions of fairness are introduced: impartiality, fairness and justice, and methods for proving their termination are presented.” {For the entire collection see MR 82i:68003.} ‘  ... 

"Would it be fair to say that you actively sought out material?"

Carlos de Pablos-Ortega
2019 Pragmatics and Society  
The corpus consists of six police interviews with suspects of crime.  ...  This paper is concerned with so far unexplored aspects of police interviewing, that is the employment of mitigating and aggravating linguistic devices in questions and statements and their pragmatic effects  ...  The guidance was later revised and published in 2007 by the National Policing Improvement Agency with contributions from a wide ranging group of academics and practitioners.  ... 
doi:10.1075/ps.00015.pab fatcat:czchyj6vhnbibgciokgh254q3y

Response to Part II�Being Rhetorical When We Teach Intellectual Property and Fair Use [chapter]

James E. Porter
2011 Copy(write): Intellectual Property in the Writing Classroom  
And we see that to share the power of writing is to share the means for all to articulate their needs, interest, and learning into the great experiment of literacy.  ...  The publishers and the Series editor are teachers and researchers of writing, committed to the principle that knowledge should freely circulate.  ...  The two-tiered approach: Institutions used precise language situating authors into one of two categories (e.g., either "student" or "staff "). 5.  ... 
doi:10.37514/per-b.2011.2355.2.14 fatcat:atwfonbxvndobero5uojltt4ga

Adam Smith: Virtues and Universal Principles

Maria A. Carrasco
2014 Revue internationale de philosophie  
Concurrently, the sympathetic-impartial perspective also allows for a new understanding of 'universal moral principles', and confi gures an ethical framework that makes space for both ideals of excellence  ...  Rules of justice in the TMS fl ow from our moral feelings: "It is a violation of fair play, which [spectators] cannot admit of.  ...  This sympathetic-impartial perspective reconciles the openness to the everchanging circumstances of each particular case -like the judgments of ancient virtue ethics -with a 'precise and distinct measure  ... 
doi:10.3917/rip.269.0223 fatcat:rqxlzyigmvfvdhkcrevsl23dma

Cleaning the Muck of Ages from the Windows into the Soul of Tax

John Passant
2016 British Journal of American Legal Studies  
Appearances can be deceptive, and we need to delve below the surface to understand the reality or essence of income and, hence, of income tax. Dialectics is the study of change.  ...  Only then, armed with the tools that we have uncovered, we can begin the process of cleaning the muck of ages from the windows into the soul of tax and move from the world of appearance to the essence  ...  While the video spoke of fair and independent justices, the obvious point was that particular justices were allies to the medical profession and that Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bjals-2016-0006 fatcat:6x53j3em3nfbni3x3joowpqcjy

The Origins and Development of Judicial Recusal in Texas

John C. Domino
2016 British Journal of American Legal Studies  
In 21st century Texas, a judge's decision to recuse from a case is based on a complex set of norms, codes and procedures intended to promote impartiality.  ...  The risk, however, is that continued resistance to change may further erode public confidence in existing ethical safeguards and fall short of assuaging concerns that wealthy donors continue to exercise  ...  While the video spoke of fair and independent justices, the obvious point was that particular justices were allies to the medical profession and that Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bjals-2016-0005 fatcat:gofjvtu6kzcqfbx32ohpnjqjgq

Investment Court Judges and the 'Right to an Independent Tribunal': An Assessment of the Qualification and Ethics Rules in EU FTAs in Light of Opinion 1/17

Günes Ünüvar
2021 European Papers  
This Article examines an often overlooked aspect of Opinion 1/17 issued by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU): the ethics and qualifications of the new CETA adjudicators.  ...  the legal ethics rules, found in treaties or guidelines worldwide, governing the domain of international adjudicator ethics.  ...  independence and impartiality extends "until the final award has been rendered or the proceedings have otherwise finally terminated" -given the Members of the CETA Tribunal are not ad hoc, this specification  ... 
doi:10.15166/2499-8249/498 fatcat:cmfsvtmwbrf7tij4ddlei5vr6e

Page 3986 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 82i [page]

1982 Mathematical Reviews  
Stavi, Impartiality, justice and fairness: the ethics of concurrent termination (pp. 264—277); Aviezri S.  ...  property for termination proofs of term rewriting systems (pp. 432-447); Nachum Dershowitz, Termination of linear rewriting systems (preliminary version) (pp. 448-458); A.  ... 
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