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Ethics out of Economics
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  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - Introduction: Ethics Out of Economics 1
  • Part I - Preference and Value 17
  • 2 - 'Utility' 19
  • 3 - Extended Preferences 29
  • 4 - Discounting the Future 44
  • 5 - Can a Humean Be Moderate? 68
  • Part II - The Structure of Good 89
  • 6 - Bolker—jeffrey Expected Utility Theory and Axiomatic Utilitarianism 91
  • 7 - Fairness 111
  • 8 - Is Incommensurability Vagueness? 123
  • 9 - Incommensurable Values 145
  • 10 - Goodness is Reducible to Betterness: the Evil of Death is the Value of Life 162
  • Part III - The Value of Life 175
  • 11 - Trying to Value a Life 177
  • 12 - Structured and Unstructured Valuation 183
  • 13 - Qalys 196
  • Appendix to Chapter 13 211
  • 14 - The Value of Living 214
  • 15 - The Value of a Person 228
  • Notes 243
  • Bibliography 256
  • Index 263
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