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How To Solve Moral Conundrums with Computability Theory

@article{Baek2018HowTS,
  title={How To Solve Moral Conundrums with Computability Theory},
  author={J. Baek},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1805.08347}
}
  • J. Baek
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
Various moral conundrums plague population ethics: The Non-Identity Problem, The Procreation Asymmetry, The Repugnant Conclusion, and more. [...] Key Method Second, I follow various papers, and show how their arguments fit into, or don't fit into, our model. Third, I discuss the implications of our model to the question why the human race should or should not continue to exist. Finally, I show that our model ineluctably leads us to a Confucian moral principle.Expand

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