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Consequentialism and Side Constraints

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Theories according to which pursuit of the good should be limited by absolute side constraints on action face a serious intuitive cost when it comes to considering high-stakes cases. Five options for such theories in the face of this problem are examined and found wanting.

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2009-02-01
2016-09-26

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