Analysis 79 (1):91-99 (2019)

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Amir Saemi
Institute For Research In Fundamental Sciences (IPM)
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It is commonly believed that the Doctrine of Double Effect is identical with, or presupposes, the Intention Principle according to which an act can be impermissible if done with a wrongful intention. A main line of objections to the DDE, then, stems from the worry that the Intention Principle implausibly interiorizes the wrongness of an action. I will argue, first, that the DDE does not presuppose the Intention Principle, and, second, that intuitions brought against the Intention Principle do not warrant us to reject the DDE. Therefore, a main line of objections to the DDE is misguided.
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