Prawo do stronniczości. Gdyby Williams mógł odpowiedzieć Kellerowi

In the 2013 book Partiality Simon Keller surveys and critiques three most popular theories of
morally justified diversions from impartiality: the projects view, the relationships view, and
the individuals view. Rejecting the first view, Keller appeals to some of the intuitions which
are to be found in the second view to offer his own version of the third. On his proposal, justified
partiality is a response to the unique worth of a particular person, the response being
determined by the special relationship between the agent and that person. This solution, however,
is questionable. The paper attempts to defend the projects view, which Keller rejected,
in the version proposed by B. Williams.

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