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    Assessing the person-affecting approach to the non-identity problem
    Dissertation, University of Glasgow. 2022.
    The non-identity problem is an intriguing and important problem in moral philosophy, which has considerable implications for our thinking about the morality of some seemingly immoral acts of conception. Suppose, for example, that a prospective parent – Mary – is given two options by her doctor after being told she has a serious illness. She can take medication every day for the next three months to clear her illness and then conceive a healthy child in three months’ time or she can take no medic…Read more