The moral demands of affluence

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Pt. I. Demands: 1. The life-saving analogy -- 2. An argument from beneficence -- 3. Objections to aid -- 4. Saving lives -- 5. The extreme demand -- 6. Problems of demandingness. Pt. II. Limits: 7. Impartiality, fairness, and beneficence -- 8. The rejection of the extreme demand -- 9. Permission -- 10. Requirement -- 11. Overview -- App. 1. Poverty and aid -- App. 2. The cost of saving a life
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