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The Limits of Utilitarianism

1982

Harlan B. Miller and William H. Williams, editors

The Limits of Utilitarianism

“This is a good volume containing a considerable amount of recent original work on utilitarianism and related topics. It will be valuable to specialists in ethics but should interest many nonspecialists as well.”

Robert Audi, The University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The Limits of Utilitarianism

Harlan B. Miller is Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus at Virginia Tech.

William H. WIlliams was an associate professor of philosophy and the humanities at Virginia Tech.

The Limits of Utilitarianism

“This is a good volume containing a considerable amount of recent original work on utilitarianism and related topics. It will be valuable to specialists in ethics but should interest many nonspecialists as well.”

Robert Audi, The University of Nebraska-Lincoln

“Anyone familiar with the relevant literature will benefit from these essays....Not only philosophers but also economists and other social scientists who are concerned with social choice theory and John Rawls’s work on justice are likely to be interested in this collection.”

James D. Wallace, University of Illinois