Contemporary Anti-Natalism, Featuring Benatar's Better Never to Have Been

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A critical overview of the latest discussion of anti-natalism, with particular reference to David Benatar's work and three additional rationales for anti-natalism that differ from Benatar's.
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DOI 10.1080/02580136.2012.10751763
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