Ethics and the Environment 1 (1):27 - 39 (1996)

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Simon Glynn
Florida Atlantic University
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This paper argues that even the most extensively refined comparative cost/benefit analysis must be supplemented by other factors, irreducible to it, if we are to develop an adequate framework to guide policy decisions affecting technological design and innovation.
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