Wiggins and Ross

Utilitas 10 (3):281-285 (1998)
Ross's attempt to undermine the consequentialist understanding of the relation between duties and outcomes might give him greater defence against the danger that outcome-related duties will come to constitute a norm, to the disadvantage of all others
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DOI 10.1017/S095382080000621X
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