Savings and Fertility: Ethical Issues
Philosophy and Public Affairs. 1994 Spring; 23(2): 99-127.
...Population ethics is rightly regarded a difficult field of inquiry. Here I have tried to argue that the kinds of difficulty that have intrigued philosophers in recent years are insubstantial. Real difficulties lie elsewhere. They lie in deep conceptual problems actual people are faced with when they contemplate the desirable size of their family and the savings that should accompany it.
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