However, his attitude of repeating with his head held high that he did not know of the existence of the money provided for him itself proves he is a buck-passer
Note that the Conceptual Link thesis is readily available to buck-passing versions BP-2 and BP-3 (15) (and, as the quotation above shows, Scanlon himself appears to subscribe to it), except that the buck-passer denies that it applies to the most general property of being good or being of value itself.
Thus far, the buck-passer of the BP-2 variety can agree (I hope).
from Sheffield even tried to blame his dog, by saying the television was only on for the benefit of his pet and that he never watched it.
I voiced my fears when manager Kevin Keegan brought this serial buck-passer
into the same team as Nicolas Anelka.
But mostly I love the fact that ordinary people are over-riding corporate buck-passers
and setting up their own CCTV to catch the lowest of the low: care workers who steal from pensioners' purses or attack defenceless, mentally ill patients out of sadistic malice.
Moreover, Brewer argues that naturalistic buck-passers (like Scanlon) give an uninformative account of ethical attitudes like admiration and respect, which also require irreducible reference the agent's "seamless" evaluative apprehension.
Finally, Brewer contends that buck-passers cannot distinguish apparently real phenomenological differences in evaluative impressions like the majestic, debauched, courageous and stingy.
Brentano and the Buck-Passers
, SVEN DANIELSSON and JONAS OLSON
It couldn't happen to a nicer shower of buck-passers
The point is, with some notable exceptions, many managers are prize buck-passers
who would knife their granny to save their own skins.
On the whole, our troops in Iraq are lions, led by cowards, buck-passers
, cynical opportunists and liars into the most shameless war a British prime minister has ever sanctioned.