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Mind 67 (268):542-543 (1958)
|Abstract||Suppose that a ruler controls a weapon capable of instantly and painlessly destroying the human race. Now it is empirically certain that there would be some suﬀering before all those alive on any proposed destruction day were to die in the natural course of events. Consequently the use of the weapon is bound to diminish suﬀering, and would be the rulerÂ’s duty on NU grounds|
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