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So, Owens claims we can account for cases of harmless wronging if:
This is a consequence of Owens's claim that the primary or central wrong in any case where there is a conceptually possible harmless instance of that wrong is a harmless wronging.
For example, a surgeon may perpetrate both a harmless wronging, grounded in the patient's permissive interests, as well as a harmful wronging, grounded in the patient's nonnormative interests.