Benefits, holism, and the aggregation of value

Social Philosophy and Policy 26 (1):354-374 (2009)
Abstract
We reject Moorean holism about value—the view that the value of the whole does not equal the sum of the values of its parts. We propose an alternative aggregative holism according to which the value of a state of affairs is the sum of the values of its constituent states. But these constituents must be evaluated in situ
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