What is the rational care theory of welfare? A comment on Stephen Darwall's welfare and rational care

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When we speak of a “good life” there are several different things we might mean. We might mean a morally good life. We might mean a life good for others, or good for the world in general. We might mean a life good in itself for the one who lives it. This last may also be described as the life high in individual welfare.

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