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Alexandra, Andrew, and Seumas Miller. 2009. Ethics in practice: Moral theory and the professions. Sydney: University of NSW Press.

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Kleinig, John, Peter Mameli, Seumas Miller, Douglas Salane, and Adina Schwartz. 2011. Security and privacy: Global standards for ethical identity management in contemporary liberal democratic states. Canberra: ANU Press.

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