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Our Illusion of Innocence

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Unger contends that our institutions about ethical cases are generated not by basic moral values, but by certain distracting moral mechanisms that encourage deceptive reactions. In the first part of the book, he argues that, appearances to the contra ...Continua
Tommaso Bruni
Ha scritto il 04/10/12
Thought-provoking, but probably wrong
Heavily drawing on Singer’s “Famine, Affluence, and Morality” (1972), Unger claims that we morally ought to help people in serious need (such as starving kids in Sub-Saharan Africa) much more than we currently do. His ethical analysis is based on bot...Continua

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