Morality and Action
New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993. 255 p.
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Quinn, Warren (1991-10)I have only minor quibbles with Boyle's presentation of my version of the Doctrine of Double Effect (DDE) (Boyle, 1991). On my view, the extra morally problematic element in cases of direct intention is the subordination of ...
Quinn, Warren (1984)The fetus is characterized as a "human organism" which, according to both the "stage" and "process" ontological theories, is a partly but not fully real individual human being. Abortion deprives the fetus of a future full-fledged ...
Quinn, Warren S. (1989)One interpretation of the doctrine of double effect (DDE) holds that in situations in which good can be secured for some only if others suffer harm, the pursuit of a good tends to be less acceptable when a resulting harm is ...