This is the second and final installment of an article based on a presentation, "Moral Assessment of Individuals in Idealistic Enterprises," by Ms. Jean Maria Arrigo at the 1998 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, California. In the first installment (September 4, 1998, IBPP, 5(10)), Ms. Arrigo explored the principles of competitive evolution and operationalization as they might morally and ethically impact on nuclear weapons-related research and on counterterrorist response to nuclear and biological terrorist attack. In the present installment (with very minor editing by IBPP), Ms. Arrigo continues exploring operationalization and then concludes with an analysis of moral assessment of participants in idealistic enterprises such as clandestine weapons research and counterterrorism.
"Moral Assessment of Individuals in Idealistic Enterprises: An Example from Clandestine Weapons Research and Counterterrorism (Part II),"
International Bulletin of Political Psychology: Vol. 5
, Article 1.
Available at: http://commons.erau.edu/ibpp/vol5/iss11/1