Economics and Philosophy 23 (1):89-96 (2007)

Douglas MacLean
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
In , John Broome defends a very weak consequentialist account of the value of saving lives. This paper challenges the commitments of this kind of account and describes some reasons for saving lives that would appeal to a non-consequentialist
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