Oxford University Press (2020)

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William MacAskill
Oxford University
Krister Bykvist
Stockholm University
Toby Ord
Oxford University
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How should we make decisions when we're uncertain about what we ought, morally, to do? Decision-making in the face of fundamental moral uncertainty is underexplored terrain: MacAskill, Bykvist, and Ord argue that there are distinctive norms by which it is governed, and which depend on the nature of one's moral beliefs.
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