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Art, Moral Value, and Significance
(University of Canterbury. Philosophy, 2012)
Debate concerning the relationship between ethics and aesthetics has re-emerged in contemporary aesthetic literature. All of the major contemporary positions, I argue, treat this relationship as existing between the "moral ...
Freedom consequentialism: In support of a new measure of utility
(University of Canterbury. Philosophy, 2013)
Classical utilitarianism faces significant problems: it ignores moral rights; it cannot take account of all free rational agents; and its focus on happiness means that it dismisses the other things that people value for ...