An earlier version of this article was presented at the Conference on Deception and Trust at the University of Sheffield, and I thank the organizer, David Owens, and the other participants for thought-provoking discussion. I am especially indebted to Seana Shiffrin, who encouraged my interest in this topic and has offered many valuable suggestions along the way. Many thanks are also due to Richard Arneson, Barbara Herman, Pamela Hieronymi, Arnon Keren, Chris Kochevar, Chiara Lepora, Franklin Miller, Joseph Millum, Marsha O'Neil, David Owens, William Ruddick, Benjamin Sachs, and Alan Wertheimer for very useful comments on drafts at various stages. Comments from two anonymous referees on later drafts prompted significant revisions and clarifications, and I am grateful for their advice and criticisms.
Lying, Trust, and Gratitude
Version of Record online: 13 DEC 2012
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Philosophy & Public Affairs
Volume 40, Issue 4, pages 301–333, Fall 2012
How to Cite
O'NEIL, C. (2012), Lying, Trust, and Gratitude. Philosophy & Public Affairs, 40: 301–333. doi: 10.1111/papa.12003
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