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|Title:||Asking too much|
|Citation:||Monist, 2003; 86(3):402-418|
|Abstract:||Argues how distance is morally irrelevant per se. Author's belief that a consequentialist approach to morality of aid makes morally excessive demands, but not because of its stance on the moral irrelevance of remoteness; Reasons that can be construed from an impartial point of view, leading to the rejection of the severe demands made by the consequentialists.|
|Keywords:||Aesthetic distance; ethics; philosophy|
|Description:||© 2003, The Monist|
|Appears in Collections:||Philosophy publications|
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