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Justified irresponsibility

"Justified irresponsibility"" is a term used in sociology, particularly Structural-functionalism, to describe arguments such as the below:

"It is good that I litter because this allows the custodian[?] to have a job."

or

"It is good that I murder so that cops can find employment."



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