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Brown’s dissertation, Matters
of Priority (PDF), discusses a moral view, called `prioritarianism’ (or
sometimes `the priority view’), according to which we ought to give priority to
benefiting those who are worse off.
Justice in the Family and Justice of the Family, Philosophical
and Universalizability, Philosophical Quarterly
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Mark T. Nelson, Moral realism and program
84 Number 3/September 2006 of Australasian
Journal of Philosophy.
On Thinking How to Live: A Cognitivist View
Mind 2006 115:1083-1106.
The Moral Demands of Affluence
Mind 2006 115:1122-1126.
Happy Lives and the Highest Good: An Essay on Aristotle’s
Mind 2006 115:1147-1150.
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