Talks at the Swedish Congress of Philosophy

Today I am sharing some thoughts on the relationship between neutrality regarding the wellbeing of future people, and value pluralism in population axiology. I think the two are rather natural companions and that value pluralism means that common arguments against neutrality may not be relevant.

Yesterday I claimed, in another presentation, that there are important moral differences between procreation and consumption, which substantially weaken, but do not completely undermine, the argument that we should limit our own ecological footprint by having fewer or no children.