You are walking home. In your pocket is the new iPhone XVIII plus, which cost you $2000, but it will be so worth it when everyone sees how cool you are. I mean, the new phone is a bit big, and it is stuck in your pocket currently, but just wait until you get a… Continue reading What is a Moral Requirement?
The repugnant conclusion is one of the clearest cases of realms where our natural moral intuition won't work. It is very easy to picture happier people it is impossible to meaningfully picture more people. We can't even feel a difference between the idea of a thousand people dying and millions. Our intuition is important but… Continue reading Repugnant Repugnancy