Non-Consequentialism, the Person as an End-in-Itself, and the Significance of Status
PHILOSOPHY & PUBLIC AFFAIRS 1992 Fall; 21(4): 354-389
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Kamm, F.M. (1992)Recently, several outstanding discussions of the structure of non-consequentialism have appeared. Two of these are Shelly Kagan's
Can It Ever Be Better Never to Have Existed at All? Person- Based Consequentialism and a New Repugnant Conclusion Roberts, Melinda A. (2003)Broome and others have argued that it makes no sense, or at least that it cannot be true, to say that it is better for a given person that he or she exist than not. That argument can be understood to suggest that, likewise, ...