Question about Ethics - Andrew Pessin responds

Utilitarianistically speaking, is there any difference between forced population transfer and ethnic cleansing? Response from: Andrew Pessin I think the question is far too ill-defined to answer
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Utilitarianistically speaking, is there any difference between forced population transfer and ethnic cleansing? Response from: Andrew Pessin I think the question is far too ill-defined to answer meaningfully. in some ways the two activities might be identical (if, say, the population you're transferring is all the members of some undesiredUtilitarianistically speaking, is there any difference between forced population transfer and ethnic cleansing? Response from: Andrew Pessin I think the question is far too ill-defined to answer meaningfully. in some ways the two activities might be identical (if, say, the population you're transferring is all the members of some undesired. . .

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