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|MichaelA||v1.3.0Sep 13th 2020||(+321/-279)|Centre for Effective Altruism. Cause profile: The Long-Term Future
Nick. 2013. On the overwhelming importance of shaping the far future.
A philosophy dissertation that is likely the most thorough treatment of the subject.
Benjamin. 2013. How important are future generations?
An examination of the decision-relevance of the long-term future.
The Longtermism (Philosophy) tag is for posts about philosophical matters relevant to longtermism, meaning, roughly, "an ethical view that is particularly concerned with ensuring long- run outcomes go well" ( MacAskill ). Longtermism is a relatively new idea, and people in the EA movement currently work on a wide range of open questions related to different facets of longtermism. For posts about what the long-term future might actually look like, see
. For posts about specific longtermist cause areas, see other tags such as
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