Complicity is as Complicity Does
This chapter concludes, summarizing the book. Good intentions are not enough; it matters morally what happens in consequence. Complicity makes a potential causal contribution to the wrongdoing of another, and is pro tanto blameworthy for that reason, but it might on balance be the right thing to do. It might even be the right thing to do, as a humanitarian actor for example, to put yourself into a situation where you can only do good by being complicit with the wrongdoing of others
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