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- adjective Not
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DesAutels argues that moral attentiveness requires “nonpassive vigilance of thought where we attempt to counter known psychological tendencies and subtle social influences that prevent us from seeing and responding to the demands of care” (p. 72).
There are passive and nonpassive assets, garden-variety capital assets and quasi-capital assets, metallic commodities and nonmetallic, short things and long things, plain old office buildings and office buildings with depreciation recapture.
Nonpassive losses: new case treats losses from LLPs, LLCs as nonpassive. (