Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Ethics Beyond Sentience

This paper has been forthcoming for the three or four years, but here it is in its final version, in the first issue of the Chautauqua Journal. In it, I probe whether moral consideration should end where sentience ends. I suggest not. Corpses and mountains, among other things, are discussed.

Thanks to Minh Nguyen for inviting me to write something, and to Erik Liddell (who has taken over the lecture series and journal project) for getting this out.