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RUTGERS01:730:105Andy EganFall

01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Speciesism

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23 Oct 2018
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There"s an important moral difference between damaging me (i. e. my leg) and damaging my computer. It"s wrong to damage me because it"ll be bad for me.
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01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Consequentialism, Explanatory Power, Welfarism

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23 Oct 2018
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You are required to perform an act if and only if of the options available to you, it brings about the best state of affairs. You are permitted to perf
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01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Junk Food, Food Policy, Veganism

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23 Oct 2018
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Food aid certain crops [i. e. access and distribution. Religion on food policy - immigration policies [conditions of workers] Environmental consequence
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01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Perfect Competition, Demand Curve, Externality

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30 Oct 2018
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Maximize total benefit to consumers and producers. Efficient distribution: goods go to the people who will benefit most from them, as measured by willi
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01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Wason Selection Task, Universalizability, Daniel Kahneman

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18 Dec 2018
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01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Vegetarianism, Moral Responsibility, Derek Parfit

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18 Dec 2018
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So it"s almost never true that how (or whether) i vote will change the electoral outcome. The collective effects of all of our votes are very large- it
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01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Invisible Hand, Market Failure, Externality

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23 Oct 2018
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Current moral & social issues - policy & economics. Two things people often mean by efficient . An outcome is efficient when: you can"t make anybody be
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01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Demand Curve, Economic Surplus, Economic Equilibrium

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23 Oct 2018
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01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Michael Bloomberg, Trans Fat, Pasteurization

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9 Nov 2018
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Some examples of policies limiting access to unhealthy food. Ban on trans fat in restaurant food (nyc, etc. ) Phasing out trans fat in packaged food (u
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01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Compatibilism

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23 Oct 2018
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01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Homo Sapiens, Speciesism, Sentience

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23 Oct 2018
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Everything sentient; everything with some degree of feature x; everything that"s a member of the species homo sapiens; everything sentient: does everyt
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01:730:105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Homo Sapiens, Sentience, Speciesism

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23 Oct 2018
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Singer: all animals are equal (1) certain non-human animals can suffer. Hence, (2) they have interests (3) if they have interests, those interests dese
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