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Thursday, November 02, 2006

Saving the Greater Number

Here's my reading list with links (Oxford only)

J. Taurek (1977) ‘Should the Numbers Count?Philosophy and Public Affairs 6:4 293-316

F. M. Kamm (1985) ‘Equal Treatment and Equal ChancesPhilosophy & Public Affairs 14:2 177-194

Supplementary:

D. Parfit (1978) ‘Innumerate EthicsPhilosophy and Public Affairs 7:4 285-301

C. Fried and D. Parfit (1979) ‘CorrespondencePhilosophy and Public Affairs 8:4 393-397

G. Kavka (1979) ‘The Numbers Should CountPhilosophical Studies 36

J. Broome (1984) ‘Selecting People RandomlyEthics 95:1 38-55

J. Sanders (1988) ‘Why the Numbers Should Sometimes CountPhilosophy and Public Affairs 17:1 3-14

I. Hirose (2004) ‘Aggregation and NumbersUtilitas 16:1 62-79

M. Otsuka (2000) ‘Scanlon and the claims of the many versus the oneAnalysis 60:3 288-293

D. Wasserman and A. Strudler (2003) ‘Can a Nonconsequentialist Count Lives?Philosophy and Public Affairs 31:1 71-94

F. M. Kamm (2005) ‘Aggregation and Two Moral MethodsUtilitas 17:1 1-23

R. Kumar (2001) ‘Contractualism on Saving the ManyAnalysis 61:2 165-170

F. M. Kamm (2002) ‘Owing, Justifying and RejectingMind 111

D. Parfit (2003) ‘Justifiability to each personRatio 16

J. Raz (2003) ‘Numbers, with and without ContractualismRatio 16:4 346-367

J. Timmermann (2004) ‘The Individualist Lottery: How People Count, but not their NumbersAnalysis 64:2 106-112

G. Lang (2005) ‘Fairness in Life and Death CasesErkenntis 62 321-51

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