More Formalism at the Price of Less Substance. On Broome’s Decision Theoretic Contribution to Utilitarianism

In Berna Kilinç, Gürol Irzik & Stephen Voss (eds.), Logic and Philosophy of Science. Proceedings of the Twenty-First World Congress of Philosophy (2007)
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