In Jesper Ryberg Torbjorn Tannsjo (ed.), The Repugnant Conclusion: Essays on Population Ethics. Kluwer Academic Publishers (2004)
|Abstract||A set of arguments shows that either the Repugnant Conclusion and its variants are true or the better-than relation isn't transitive. Which is it? This is the most important question in population ethics. The answer will point the way to Parfit's elusive Theory X.|
|Keywords||The Repugnant Conclusion Derek Parfit Theory X Transitivity Intransitivity The Mere Addition Paradox The Second Paradox Repugnance Better Than Betterness|
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