by Katarzyna de Lazari-Radek and Peter Singer
In The Methods of Ethics, the great nineteenth-century utilitarian Henry Sidgwick held that it is a self-evident moral truth that the good of one individual is of no more importance, ‘from the point of view of the universe’ than the good of any other. This and other ethical judgments are, in his view, objective truths that provide a rational foundation for utilitarianism ... Read more
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