Population Ethics

Population ethics is the branch of normative ethics that attempts to justify and articulate principles for making choices between alternatives involving different people. These differences can consist in changes either in the number of people affected, or only in the identities of these people.

 

Bibliography

  • Arrhenius, Gustaf, Jesper Ryberg, and Torbjörn Tännsjö (2019) The Repugnant Conclusion, The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy , Edward N. Zalta (ed.).
  • Greaves, Hilary (2017) Population Axiology, Philosophy Compass, vol. 12.

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