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X and Y contain different numbers of persons. Person M + 1 in Y is not better off in Ythan in X. Nor is 'he' denied a life of positive welfare if Xis chosen. The Pareto-plus principle requires further justification than is normally provided. Parfit provides one. He finds it hard to rank Y below X if the inequality in Y involves no social injustice. He finds it hard because he can't bring himself to think that" ... on the ground that the extra group are worse off than some other group ... it would have been better if the extra group had never existed" (Parfit 1982, p 159).

It can't be expected to sharpen our understanding of every moral concept. 28 P. Dasgupta I conclude therefore that the only avenue open to one for exploring whether the Pareto-plus principles is defendable is to appeal to intuition. But intuitively there is not enough to commend it: the principle is totally insensitive to distributional issues. Unless one adds utilities, as Classical Utilitarianism would have us do, there is no reason to rank X and Yon par with each other if all the persons in X have high utility levels and the additional person in Y has nil.

In his account of a consideration leading to average Utilitarianism Rawls (1972, pp 161-166), extending an argument of Harsanyi (1955) and Vickrey (1960), suggests that if an individual in the original position were to maximise expected Lives and Well-Being 27 utility and if he were to assume an equal chance of being in any person's circumstance he would choose the society with the highest average utility. Hare (1973), in his review of Rawls, caricatures the conception by admitting an interpretation of the original position which, if pursued, would imply that justice demands the world to be thickly populated with people, all existing at just about subsistence level.

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