“The connection between prudential goodness and moral permissibility”, journal of social philosophy 24 (1993): 105-28
Journal of Social Philosophy 24:105-28 (1993)
The basic idea of the theorem is not very new: it is a slight generalization of a theorem proved by John Harsanyi in the 1950s.[i] The power of the book comes from his interpretation of the theorem, and from his strikingly clear and insightful discussion of the various conditions.
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