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Abstract

The publication of any journal is associated with ethical conflicts, the most common being the act of making ends meet whilst remaining true to ethical principles. The need to avoid moral conflict is more acute when the journal is devoted to ethics. Publication entails expenditure resources — time, money and effort. These need to be generated in the first place through voluntary effort. Soon the need for paid contributions becomes evident. The consumption and expenditure on these resources become justified by the product. This note concerns itself with finances and our journal.

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