John Broome: Weighing goods and people
Marshall (Richard) & Broome (John)
Source: 3:AM Magazine, 03 April 2017
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From Richard Marshall’s Introduction1: Here John Broome discusses

  1. how intention engages rationality,
  2. why we should want to be rational,
  3. why he doesn’t think ethics is a branch of psychology,
  4. why economics needs ethics,
  5. equality,
  6. fairness as the good of equality,
  7. what is to be measured regarding the wellbeing of people,
  8. why climate change is very very harmful,
  9. how we should value policies in regard to the threat,
  10. how to measure its cost, and
  11. whether ‘well being’ is a useful concept.


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