Rationality and Moral Risk: A Moderate Defense of Hedging

@inproceedings{Tarsney2017RationalityAM,
  title={Rationality and Moral Risk: A Moderate Defense of Hedging},
  author={Christian J. Tarsney},
  year={2017}
}
  • Christian J. Tarsney
  • Published 2017
  • Economics
  • Title of dissertation: RATIONALITY AND MORAL RISK: A MODERATE DEFENSE OF HEDGING Christian Tarsney, Doctor of Philosophy, 2017 Dissertation directed by: Professor Dan Moller Department of Philosophy How should an agent decide what to do when she is uncertain not just about morally relevant empirical matters, like the consequences of some course of action, but about the basic principles of morality itself? This question has only recently been taken up in a systematic way by philosophers… CONTINUE READING
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