Living High and Letting Die: Our Illusion of Innocence Unger, P 1996

“Unger has pioneered a new way of testing and exploring our intuitions, with results that are devastating for traditional ideas of how to do ethics. This will shake normative ethics to its roots. A major work of fundamental importance both to moral philosophy and to the poor of this world. Important
in a practical way, as well as in an academic way.”
—Peter Singer, Princeton University

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