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  1. The Threshold Problem in Intergenerational Justice. Hendlin - 2014 - Ethics and the Environment 19 (2):1.
    A problem with planning for future generations is that even with the best intentions for achieving justice, the uncertainty and range of variables involved in future projections foreclose calculating what allotment is enough . This article challenges a fundamental assumption pervasive in the intergenerational justice debate: that current generations can accurately predict the acceptable threshold of savings and investments necessary to deliver justice to future generations (e.g., Barry 1999; Cowen 2007; Gosseries 2001, 2008; Langhelle 2000; Meyer and Roser 2009; Padilla (...)
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