Topic: “When do unhealthy states harm the one who is unhealthy?"
What is the relation between health and well-being? While healthy states may possess intrinsic and instrumental value for the subject in such states, the relation between health and well-being also appears to be a contingent one. If that is correct, then the following question arises: when do unhealthy states harm the one in that state? This talk introduces a new counter-factual account of the harmfulness of unhealthy states.
Location: The Kendrick Room, Social Sciences 128
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