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The Philosophy of Choosing Between Bad Options

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The Philosophy of Choosing Between Bad Options

The Philosophy of Choosing Between Bad Options

The Philosophy of Choosing Between Bad Options

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How would Aristotle, John Stuart Mill or Immanuel Kant decide what to do in Iraq? Daniel Robinson, a member of Oxford University's philosophy faculty, discusses their moral theories with Andrea Seabrook.