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Consent



959 Topics:
  1. Abilene paradox
  2. Absolute liability
  3. Abuse of process
  4. Academic bias
  5. Accessory (legal term)
  6. Accomplice
  7. Action (philosophy)
  8. Activism
  9. Actus reus
  10. Adultery
  11. Aesthetic emotions
  12. Aesthetics
  13. Afterlife
  14. Age of consent
  15. Age of sexual consent
  16. Agnosticism
  17. Agriculturalism
  18. Alasdair MacIntyre
  19. Alienation of affections
  20. Alms
  21. Altruism
  22. Alzheimer's disease
  23. Amazon (company)
  24. Anarchism
  25. Anecdotal evidence
  26. Anima mundi
  27. Animal ethics
  28. Anthropology
  29. Anti-miscegenation laws in the United States
  30. Apostasy
  31. Appeal Cases Law Reports
  32. Apple Inc.
  33. Applied ethics
  34. Argument
  35. Argumentum ad populum
  36. Aristotelianism
  37. Aristotle
  38. Arson
  39. Arthur Schopenhauer
  40. Assassination
  41. Assault
  42. Assault (tort)
  43. Assumption of risk
  44. Atheism
  45. Atomism
  46. Attempt
  47. Attentional bias
  48. Attitude (psychology)
  49. Attitude change
  50. Attitude polarization
  51. Attractive nuisance doctrine
  52. Augustine of Hippo
  53. Authoritarianism
  54. Automatism (law)
  55. Autonomy
  56. Averroism
  57. Axiology
  58. Axiom
  59. Axis mundi
  60. Baháʼí Faith
  61. Bandwagon effect
  62. Baruch Spinoza
  63. Basic belief
  64. Battery (crime)
  65. Battery (tort)
  66. Beauty
  67. Begging
  68. Being
  69. Belief
  70. Belief bias
  71. Bernard Williams
  72. Bestiality
  73. Bias
  74. Big Tech
  75. Bigamy
  76. Bioethics
  77. Blackmail
  78. Bondage (BDSM)
  79. Boxer
  80. Brainwashing
  81. Breach of confidence
  82. Breach of promise
  83. Bribery
  84. Buddhism
  85. Burglary
  86. Burial
  87. Business ethics
  88. Calculus of negligence
  89. Calendar
  90. Canadian tort law
  91. Caodaism
  92. Capitalism
  93. Cartesianism
  94. Caste
  95. Castration
  96. Casuistry
  97. Causality
  98. Causation (law)
  99. Censorship
  100. Ceremony
  101. Charisma
  102. Charity (practice)
  103. Charles Taylor (philosopher)
  104. Charvaka
  105. Cheondoism
  106. Chester v Afshar
  107. Child abuse
  108. Child sexual abuse
  109. Chinese folk religion
  110. Christian democracy
  111. Christian ethics
  112. Christianity
  113. Christine Korsgaard
  114. Cicero
  115. Circular reporting
  116. Civil law (legal system)
  117. Class action
  118. Clever Hans
  119. Code of conduct
  120. Cognitive bias
  121. Cognitive dissonance
  122. Cognitivism (ethics)
  123. Collective
  124. Collective animal behavior
  125. Collective behavior
  126. Collective consciousness
  127. Collective effervescence
  128. Collective intelligence
  129. Collective narcissism
  130. Collective unconscious
  131. Collectivism
  132. Colonialism
  133. Comedy
  134. Common good
  135. Common law
  136. Commonwealth Law Reports
  137. Communalism (Bookchin)
  138. Communism
  139. Communitarianism
  140. Comparative mythology
  141. Comparative negligence
  142. Comparative responsibility
  143. Complicity
  144. Compounding a felony
  145. Comprehensive sex education
  146. Concept
  147. Conceptual framework
  148. Conceptual system
  149. Concurrence
  150. Confirmation bias
  151. Conflict of tort laws
  152. Conformity
  153. Confucianism
  154. Confucius
  155. Congruence bias
  156. Conscience
  157. Consciousness
  158. Consensus theory
  159. Consensus theory of truth
  160. Consent (criminal law)
  161. Consent (disambiguation)
  162. Consent of the governed
  163. Consequential damages
  164. Consequentialism
  165. Conservatism
  166. Conspiracy (civil)
  167. Conspiracy (criminal)
  168. Constitutionalism
  169. Contact sport
  170. Context (language use)
  171. Contract
  172. Contributory negligence
  173. Convention (norm)
  174. Conventional wisdom
  175. Conversion (law)
  176. Coronation
  177. Corporate liability
  178. Corporate manslaughter
  179. Cosmogony
  180. Cosmology
  181. Creation myth
  182. Creativity
  183. Crime
  184. Crimes against the person
  185. Criminal conversation
  186. Criminal law
  187. Criminal negligence
  188. Criminalization of homosexuality
  189. Criteria of truth
  190. Critical theory
  191. Critical thinking
  192. Cross-cultural psychology
  193. Crowd manipulation
  194. Crowd psychology
  195. Cruelty to animals
  196. Cryptomnesia
  197. Culpability
  198. Cult
  199. Cultural anthropology
  200. Cultural bias
  201. Cultural dissonance
  202. Cultural identity
  203. Cultural movement
  204. Cultural psychology
  205. Culture
  206. Culture-bound syndrome
  207. Cybersex trafficking
  208. Cynicism (philosophy)
  209. Cyrenaics
  210. Damages
  211. Dark pattern
  212. David Hume
  213. Death during consensual sex
  214. Deep pocket
  215. Defamation
  216. Defence of property
  217. Defendant
  218. Defense (legal)
  219. Defense of infancy
  220. Deindividuation
  221. Deity
  222. Delict
  223. Deontological ethics
  224. Deprogramming
  225. Derek Parfit
  226. Descriptive ethics
  227. Destiny
  228. Determinism
  229. Detinue
  230. Dietrich Bonhoeffer
  231. Digital signature
  232. Dignitary tort
  233. Dignitary torts
  234. Diminished responsibility
  235. Diogenes
  236. Discourse ethics
  237. Disgust
  238. Distributism
  239. Divine command theory
  240. Doctrine
  241. Doe ex. rel. Tarlow v. District of Columbia
  242. Doi (identifier)
  243. Domestic violence
  244. Doublethink
  245. Dualism in cosmology
  246. Dueling
  247. Duress
  248. Duty
  249. Duty of care
  250. Duty to rescue
  251. Eastern Orthodox Church
  252. Echo chamber (media)
  253. Economic torts
  254. Economics
  255. Ecstasy (emotion)
  256. Ecstasy (philosophy)
  257. Education
  258. Egalitarianism
  259. Eggshell skull
  260. Eleatics
  261. Elegance
  262. Element (criminal law)
  263. Embezzlement
  264. Emergence
  265. Emotion
  266. Emotional contagion
  267. Emotivism
  268. Empiricism
  269. Employment
  270. End user
  271. Engineering ethics
  272. English law
  273. English tort law
  274. Entertainment
  275. Entitativity
  276. Entrapment
  277. Environmental ethics
  278. Environmentalism
  279. Epic poetry
  280. Epicureanism
  281. Epistemology
  282. Eretrian school
  283. Eroticism
  284. Error theory
  285. Eschatology
  286. Espionage
  287. Estate (law)
  288. Ethical intuitionism
  289. Ethical naturalism
  290. Ethical non-naturalism
  291. Ethical subjectivism
  292. Ethics
  293. Ethics in religion
  294. Ethics of artificial intelligence
  295. Ethics of care
  296. Ethics of eating meat
  297. Ethics of technology
  298. Ethics of terraforming
  299. Ethics of uncertain sentience
  300. Ethnic religion
  301. Ethnic stereotype
  302. Ethnocentrism
  303. Etiology
  304. Etiquette
  305. Eudaimonia
  306. Euphemism
  307. European tort law
  308. Everything
  309. Evidence
  310. Evidence (law)
  311. Evil
  312. Evolution
  313. Evolutionary ethics
  314. Ex turpi causa non oritur actio
  315. Excommunication
  316. Excuse
  317. Existence
  318. Existence of God
  319. Existentialism
  320. Expectation of privacy
  321. Explanation
  322. Expressivism
  323. Extortion
  324. Extremism
  325. Facebook
  326. Fact
  327. Factoid
  328. Faith
  329. Fallacy
  330. False consensus effect
  331. False imprisonment
  332. False light
  333. False pretenses
  334. Family
  335. Family values
  336. Fanaticism
  337. Fascism
  338. Fearmongering
  339. Felony
  340. Felony murder rule
  341. Feminism
  342. Feminist ethics
  343. Fiction
  344. Fideism
  345. Filter bubble
  346. Folie à deux
  347. Folklore
  348. Food and drink prohibitions
  349. Forced conversion
  350. Forgery
  351. Fornication
  352. Foundationalism
  353. Framing (social sciences)
  354. Fraud
  355. Free will
  356. Friedrich Nietzsche
  357. Fundamentalism
  358. Funeral
  359. Future
  360. G. E. M. Anscombe
  361. G. E. Moore
  362. Gambling
  363. Game
  364. General Data Protection Regulation
  365. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  366. Globalism
  367. Gnosis
  368. Golden Rule
  369. Good
  370. Good and evil
  371. Google
  372. Green politics
  373. Group action (sociology)
  374. Group cohesiveness
  375. Group dynamics
  376. Group emotion
  377. Group polarization
  378. Groupshift
  379. Groupthink
  380. Guilt (emotion)
  381. Happiness
  382. Harassment
  383. Harmony
  384. Hedonism
  385. Hegelianism
  386. Henry Sidgwick
  387. Herd behavior
  388. Hermeneutics
  389. High Court of Australia
  390. Hinduism
  391. Historical negationism
  392. Historical revisionism
  393. Historicism
  394. History
  395. History of ethics
  396. Holiday
  397. Holism
  398. Home invasion
  399. Homicide
  400. Homophily
  401. Honour
  402. Human rights
  403. Human sexual activity
  404. Human sexuality
  405. Human subject research
  406. Humanism
  407. Hygiene
  408. Hysterical contagion
  409. Hòa Hảo
  410. ISBN (identifier)
  411. Idea
  412. Ideal (ethics)
  413. Ideal observer theory
  414. Idealism
  415. Identity (philosophy)
  416. Ideological repression
  417. Ideology
  418. Idios kosmos
  419. Ignorantia juris non excusat
  420. Illuminationism
  421. Illusion
  422. Immanuel Kant
  423. Immorality
  424. Imperialism
  425. Implied consent
  426. In-group and out-group
  427. In-group favoritism
  428. Incarnation
  429. Inchoate offense
  430. Incidental damages
  431. Incitement
  432. Indecent exposure
  433. Index of ethics articles
  434. Individualism
  435. Indoctrination
  436. Industrialisation
  437. Information
  438. Information cascade
  439. Informed consent
  440. Infraction
  441. Injunction
  442. Insanity defense
  443. Institution
  444. Institutional review board
  445. Insurance bad faith
  446. Intellectual property
  447. Intellectualism
  448. Intelligence
  449. Intentional infliction of emotional distress
  450. Intentional tort
  451. Intimidation
  452. Intrusion on Seclusion
  453. Intuition
  454. Invisible hand
  455. Invitee
  456. Ionian School (philosophy)
  457. Irreligion
  458. Islam
  459. Islamic ethics
  460. Islamism
  461. J. L. Mackie
  462. Jainism
  463. Jeremy Bentham
  464. Jewish ethics
  465. John Dewey
  466. John Rawls
  467. John Stuart Mill
  468. Joint and several liability
  469. Joxe Azurmendi
  470. Judaism
  471. Judgement
  472. Judicial functions of the House of Lords
  473. Jurisdiction
  474. Jurisprudence
  475. Justice
  476. Justification (jurisprudence)
  477. Kalam
  478. Kantian ethics
  479. Kantianism
  480. Karl Barth
  481. Kidnapping
  482. Knowledge
  483. Kokugaku
  484. Korean shamanism
  485. Laozi
  486. Larceny
  487. Last clear chance
  488. Latin
  489. Law
  490. Law of Japan
  491. Law of Taiwan
  492. Legal ethics
  493. Legal liability
  494. Legal malpractice
  495. Legalism (Chinese philosophy)
  496. Legality of incest
  497. Liability waiver
  498. Libel
  499. Liberalism
  500. Libertarianism
  501. Liberty
  502. Licensee
  503. Life stance
  504. Lifestyle (sociology)
  505. Liminality
  506. List of cognitive biases
  507. List of ethicists
  508. List of world folk-epics
  509. Liturgy
  510. Logic
  511. Love
  512. Lynching
  513. Lèse-majesté
  514. M. C. Mehta v. Union of India
  515. Machine ethics
  516. Magic (supernatural)
  517. Magical thinking
  518. Magnificence (history of ideas)
  519. Majoritarianism
  520. Malfeasance in office
  521. Malicious prosecution
  522. Malpractice
  523. Manslaughter
  524. Market share liability
  525. Marriage
  526. Martha Nussbaum
  527. Masculism
  528. Mass action (sociology)
  529. Mass psychogenic illness
  530. Masturbation
  531. Materialism
  532. Matter (philosophy)
  533. Maxim (philosophy)
  534. Mayhem (crime)
  535. Meaning of life
  536. Meaning-making
  537. Media bias
  538. Media ethics
  539. Media manipulation
  540. Media regulation
  541. Medical ethics
  542. Medical malpractice
  543. Megarian school
  544. Meme
  545. Memeplex
  546. Memory
  547. Mencius
  548. Mens rea
  549. Mental age
  550. Mental disorder
  551. Mental model
  552. Meta-ethics
  553. Metaknowledge
  554. Metanarrative
  555. Metaphysics
  556. Methodology
  557. Microsoft
  558. Milieu control
  559. Militarism
  560. Mindset
  561. Mind–body problem
  562. Minor (law)
  563. Miracle
  564. Miscarriage of justice
  565. Misdemeanor
  566. Misprision of felony
  567. Missionary
  568. Mistake (criminal law)
  569. Mistake of law
  570. Mixed legal system
  571. Mob rule
  572. Mobbing
  573. Modern Paganism
  574. Modernism
  575. Mohism
  576. Monarchism
  577. Monism
  578. Moral constructivism
  579. Moral entrepreneur
  580. Moral nihilism
  581. Moral panic
  582. Moral particularism
  583. Moral psychology
  584. Moral rationalism
  585. Moral realism
  586. Moral relativism
  587. Moral skepticism
  588. Moral universalism
  589. Morality
  590. Mozi
  591. Murder
  592. Myth and ritual
  593. Mythology
  594. National epic
  595. National myth
  596. Nationalism
  597. Natural law
  598. Natural philosophy
  599. Naturalism (philosophy)
  600. Nature
  601. Nature (philosophy)
  602. Necessity (criminal law)
  603. Necessity (tort)
  604. Negligence
  605. Negligence in employment
  606. Negligent entrustment
  607. Negligent homicide
  608. Negligent infliction of emotional distress
  609. Neo-Kantianism
  610. Neo-scholasticism
  611. Neoplatonism
  612. Neopythagoreanism
  613. Neutral reportage
  614. New Confucianism
  615. New Zealand
  616. New historicism
  617. Nihilism
  618. Non-cognitivism
  619. Non-economic damages caps
  620. Nonfiction
  621. Nonverbal communication
  622. Norm (philosophy)
  623. Normative ethics
  624. Nothing
  625. Nuisance
  626. Nursing ethics
  627. OCLC (identifier)
  628. Oath
  629. Obligation
  630. Obscenity
  631. Observation
  632. Observational error
  633. Observational learning
  634. Observer-expectancy effect
  635. Obstruction of justice
  636. Ontology
  637. Optimism
  638. Origin myth
  639. Otherworld
  640. Outline of epistemology
  641. Outline of tort law
  642. Pacifism
  643. Paradigm
  644. Party (law)
  645. Paul Tillich
  646. Payola
  647. Peace
  648. Peer pressure
  649. Perception
  650. Peripatetic school
  651. Perjury
  652. Personality rights
  653. Persuasion
  654. Perverting the course of justice
  655. Pessimism
  656. Peter Singer
  657. Phenomenology (philosophy)
  658. Philippa Foot
  659. Philosophical theory
  660. Philosophy
  661. Philosophy of law
  662. Physics
  663. Pickpocketing
  664. Piety
  665. Pilgrimage
  666. Placebo
  667. Plato
  668. Platonism
  669. Play (activity)
  670. Pluralist school
  671. Pluralistic ignorance
  672. Point of view (philosophy)
  673. Polite fiction
  674. Political correctness
  675. Political engineering
  676. Political freedom
  677. Political myth
  678. Political philosophy
  679. Population ethics
  680. Positivism
  681. Possession of stolen goods
  682. Post-structuralism
  683. Postmodernism
  684. Pragmatic ethics
  685. Pragmatism
  686. Praxeology
  687. Pre-Socratic philosophy
  688. Presupposition
  689. Principal (criminal law)
  690. Principle
  691. Privacy law
  692. Private attorney general
  693. Problem of evil
  694. Product liability
  695. Professional ethics
  696. Progressivism
  697. Prohibition
  698. Prohibition of drugs
  699. Propaganda
  700. Propaganda model
  701. Property law
  702. Property torts
  703. Proselytism
  704. Prostitution
  705. Provocation (legal)
  706. Proximate cause
  707. Pseudoconsensus
  708. Psychological manipulation
  709. Psychological warfare
  710. Public morality
  711. Public nuisance
  712. Punishment
  713. Punitive damages
  714. Pyrrhonism
  715. Pythagoreanism
  716. Quality (philosophy)
  717. Quasi-realism
  718. Quasi-tort
  719. R. M. Hare
  720. Radical politics
  721. Rape
  722. Rape myth
  723. Rastafari
  724. Rationalism
  725. Reality
  726. Reality tunnel
  727. Reason
  728. Reasonable person
  729. Recluse
  730. Reductionism
  731. Reformism
  732. Religion
  733. Religious conversion
  734. Religious cosmology
  735. Religious ecstasy
  736. Religious education
  737. Religious law
  738. Religious persecution
  739. Religious uniformity
  740. Renaissance humanism
  741. Repentance
  742. Replevin
  743. Republicanism
  744. Res ipsa loquitur
  745. Rescue doctrine
  746. Research participant
  747. Resource Management Act 1991
  748. Respondeat superior
  749. Restitutio ad integrum
  750. Restraint of trade
  751. Revelation
  752. Reverence (emotion)
  753. Revolution
  754. Rhetoric
  755. Right of self-defense
  756. Right to privacy
  757. Rights
  758. Rite of passage
  759. Ritual
  760. Ritual purification
  761. Robbery
  762. Robert Merrihew Adams
  763. Role ethics
  764. Rylands v Fletcher
  765. Rylands v. Fletcher
  766. S2CID (identifier)
  767. Saverland v Newton
  768. Scapegoating
  769. Schema (psychology)
  770. Scholasticism
  771. School of Names
  772. School of Naturalists
  773. School of thought
  774. Scientific evidence
  775. Secession
  776. Secular coming-of-age ceremony
  777. Secularity
  778. Sedition
  779. Seduction (tort)
  780. Selective exposure theory
  781. Selective perception
  782. Self-censorship
  783. Self-deception
  784. Self-defense (theory)
  785. Self-fulfilling prophecy
  786. Self-organization
  787. Sentientism
  788. Serfdom
  789. Set (psychology)
  790. Sex and the law
  791. Sex positive
  792. Sex trafficking
  793. Sexual assault
  794. Sexual consent
  795. Sexual consent in law
  796. Sexual ethics
  797. Sexual slavery
  798. Shinto
  799. Shopkeeper's privilege
  800. Sikhism
  801. Sin
  802. Slander
  803. Slavery
  804. Small penis rule
  805. Smoking ban
  806. Smuggling
  807. Social actions
  808. Social anthropology
  809. Social behavior
  810. Social change
  811. Social class
  812. Social constructionism
  813. Social control
  814. Social democracy
  815. Social emotions
  816. Social engineering (political science)
  817. Social exclusion
  818. Social facilitation
  819. Social facilitation in animals
  820. Social group
  821. Social influence
  822. Social norm
  823. Social philosophy
  824. Social progress
  825. Social proof
  826. Social psychology
  827. Social reality
  828. Social science
  829. Social status
  830. Social stigma
  831. Socialism
  832. Sociocracy
  833. Sociology
  834. Socrates
  835. Solicitation
  836. Sophist
  837. Soul
  838. Spinozism
  839. Spiritism
  840. Spoken words
  841. Spontaneous order
  842. Stalking
  843. Standard of care
  844. Status quo
  845. Status quo bias
  846. Statute of limitations
  847. Stereotype
  848. Stewardship
  849. Stigmergy
  850. Stoicism
  851. Strict liability
  852. Structuralism
  853. Style (visual arts)
  854. Sublime (philosophy)
  855. Subversion
  856. Suffering
  857. Suffering-focused ethics
  858. Suicide
  859. Sumptuary law
  860. Supernatural
  861. Suppression of dissent
  862. Supreme Court of Victoria
  863. Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
  864. Swarm behaviour
  865. Symbol
  866. Symbolic boundaries
  867. Sympathy
  868. System justification
  869. Systemic bias
  870. Søren Kierkegaard
  871. Taboo
  872. Tacit assumption
  873. Taoism
  874. Taste (sociology)
  875. Tax evasion
  876. Teleology
  877. Tenrikyo
  878. Terrorism
  879. Testimony
  880. Theft
  881. Theodicy
  882. Theology
  883. Theory of everything
  884. Thiruvalluvar
  885. Thomas Aquinas
  886. Thomas Nagel
  887. Thomism
  888. Time
  889. Time (magazine)
  890. Tort
  891. Tort Law in China
  892. Tort law
  893. Tort law in Australia
  894. Tort law in India
  895. Tort reform
  896. Tortious interference
  897. Torture
  898. Tracing (law)
  899. Tradition
  900. Traditional African religions
  901. Transcendentalism
  902. Transferred intent
  903. Treason
  904. Trespass
  905. Trespass to chattels
  906. Trespass to land
  907. Trespass to the person
  908. Trespasser
  909. Trover
  910. Trust (social science)
  911. Trust law
  912. Trusts and estates
  913. Truth
  914. UK
  915. Ultrahazardous activity
  916. Umwelt
  917. Unanimous consent
  918. Unclean animal
  919. Unitarian Universalism
  920. United Nations
  921. United States tort law
  922. Universal prescriptivism
  923. Unobservable
  924. Unspoken rule
  925. Utilitarianism
  926. Value (ethics)
  927. Value pluralism
  928. Value system
  929. Values education
  930. Vandalism
  931. Veganism
  932. Vicarious liability
  933. Vicarious liability (criminal)
  934. Vice
  935. Victim blaming
  936. Victorian Reports
  937. Viral phenomenon
  938. Virtue
  939. Virtue ethics
  940. Vitalism
  941. Volenti non fit injuria
  942. Voluntary association
  943. Waiver
  944. Weltschmerz
  945. Wildlife smuggling
  946. Will (law)
  947. Will and testament
  948. William Frankena
  949. Wishful thinking
  950. Woozle effect
  951. Work of art
  952. World disclosure
  953. Worldview
  954. Worship
  955. Writing
  956. Wrongdoing
  957. Xun Kuang
  958. Yangism
  959. Zoroastrianism
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