Ethics & AI: A Crash Course

Read on the Oxford Insights Blog. Walk in to any entry-level Ethics class and you’ll observe academic philosophers teaching their students three theories of what it means to be ethical: Utilitarianism: Does an action produce net good consequences?; Deontology: Does an action follow a moral rule? e.g. the Golden Rule: ‘Treat others how you want […]

A (Non-Ideal) Global Basic Structure

Published in the Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics. Abstract: Focusing on the basic structure as the subject of justice has tended to lead theorists to make a choice: either there is no global basic structure and therefore obligations of justice remain domestic only (the statist position) or there is sufficient institutional basis at the global […]

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