Moral uncertainty

Two important problems facing the view that moral uncertainty can affect how we ought to act are the regress problem - the problem that we will be uncertain not only about typical moral questions, but also about which approach to moral uncertainty is correct, and so on ad infinitum (Sepielli 2013) - and the problem of  intertheoretic comparisons - the problem that there seems to be no principled ways to make comparisons between different moral theories (Nissan-Rozen 2015).

altruistic wager | decision-theoretic uncertainty | expected value | fanaticism | moral perspectives on existential risk reduction | moral trade | normative uncertainty

Two important problems facing the view that moral uncertainty can affect how we ought to act are the regress problem - the problem that we will be uncertain not only about typical moral questions, but also about which approach to moral uncertainty is correct, and so on ad infinitum (Sepielli 2013) - and the problem of  intertheoretic comparisons - the problem that there seems to be no principled ways to make comparisons between different moral theories (Nissan-Rozen 2015).

altruistic wager | decision-theoretic uncertainty | expected value | fanaticism | Long Reflectionmoral trade | moral tradenormative uncertainty

Two important problems facing the view that moral uncertainty can affect how we ought to act are the regress problem - the problem that we will be uncertain not only about typical moral questions, but also about which approach to moral uncertainty is correct, and so on ad infinitum (Sepielli 2013) - and the problem of  intertheoretic comparisons - the problem that there seems to be no principled ways to make comparisons between different moral theories (Nissan-Rozen 2015).

altruistic wager | decision-theoretic uncertainty| expected value | fanaticism | Long Reflection | moral trade