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  1. Does longtermism depend on questionable forms of aggregation?Marina Moreno - 2022 - Intergenerational Justice Review 8 (1):13-23.
    We are constantly making choices about how to invest our time and resources. From a moral perspective, we must ask which moral concerns are most deserving of our attention. Longtermism, as e.g. defined by Greaves and MacAskill, holds that our moral focus should be on the long-term future, and that current and medium-term moral problems are comparatively insignificant. This theory is centrally based on the assumption that the moral importance of individuals can be aggregated. Since the number of individuals of (...)
     
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    Setting an example for future generations.Agnes Binagwaho & Kedest Mathewos - 2022 - Intergenerational Justice Review 7 (1).
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    Katie Wright: Gender, migration and the intergenerational transfer of human wellbeing.Judith Kausch-Zongo - 2022 - Intergenerational Justice Review 7 (1).
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    Alberto Giubilini: The ethics of vaccination.Marius Kunte - 2022 - Intergenerational Justice Review 7 (1).
    Alberto Giubilini: The ethics of vaccination.
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    How will future generations look back on the pandemic?Adriano Mannino - 2022 - Intergenerational Justice Review 7 (1).
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    Equity in vaccination against COVID-19: Lessons from child immunization.Rajeev Sadanandan - 2022 - Intergenerational Justice Review 7 (1).
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    Pandemics and intergenerational justice. Vaccination and the wellbeing of future societies. FRFG policy paper.Jörg Tremmel - 2022 - Intergenerational Justice Review 7 (1).
    While the unprecedented lockdown measures were at the heart of the debate in the first year of the pandemic, the focus since then has shifted to vaccination issues. The reason, of course, is that vaccines and vaccinations have become available by now. All experts agree: If mankind had failed to develop vaccines against SARS-CoV-2, the death toll would have been much higher. This issue seeks to explore what could be described as a “generational approach to vaccinations”. The question “What can (...)
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    Vaccination strategies and policies: What can be done by whom, when and where?Samantha Vanderslott - 2022 - Intergenerational Justice Review 7 (1).
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