Ethical limitarianism is an ethical theory relating to priorities of intervention where need or risk might be evident. As the principle of distributive justice advanced by Ingrid Robeyns, limitarianism states that it is morally impermissible to be (excessively) rich (i.e. have more economic resources than a certain level).

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  • Ethical limitarianism is an ethical theory relating to priorities of intervention where need or risk might be evident. As the principle of distributive justice advanced by Ingrid Robeyns, limitarianism states that it is morally impermissible to be (excessively) rich (i.e. have more economic resources than a certain level). (en)
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  • Limitarianism (en)
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  • Ethics, law, philosophy (en)
  • It is morally impermissible to be rich. (en)
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  • Ethical limitarianism is an ethical theory relating to priorities of intervention where need or risk might be evident. As the principle of distributive justice advanced by Ingrid Robeyns, limitarianism states that it is morally impermissible to be (excessively) rich (i.e. have more economic resources than a certain level). (en)
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  • Limitarianism (ethical) (en)
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