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  • Rubber Soles sole
  • Platform measures approximately 1
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  • EASY TO CLEAN IN MANY COLORS: Choose from a wide variety of vibrant glossy colors to fit your wardrobe perfectly! When cleaning, simply wipe with a damp cloth. These 100% rubber rain boots will last you a long time with minimal efforts towards their care.
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  • STURDY BUILD AND A NON-SLIP RUBBER SOLE: No need to worry about icy conditions in these rain boots! Their ribbed platform and sturdy 1" heel will keep you safe on the chilled ground. The build is designed to allow for maximum motion while providing the utmost comfort
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Narveson’s principle is found at the heart of preference-based axiologies where what matters is preference (dis)satisfaction . In Christoph Fehige’s words: "We have obligations to make preferrers satisfied, but no obligations to make satisfied preferrers" (Fehige, "A pareto principle for possible people", 1998, p.518).

Creating large numbers of beings while ensuring that all their preferences or goals are satisfied – which could be achieved by making provisions for the newly created beings to have easily satisfiable preferences, or preferences that correspond very closely with the most likely state of the world – may strike us as a pointless endeavor. The claim that an extra preference in itself is of little value, so that “Maximizers of preference satisfaction should instead call themselves minimizers of preference frustration.” (Fehige, ibid.) is the gist of Fehige's anti-frustrationism.

Intuitions such as “Making people happy rather than making happy people” are linked to the Epicurean view that non-existence does not constitute a deplorable state. Proponents of this view reason that the suffering and/or frustrated preferences of a being constitute a real, tangible problem for that being. By contrast, non-existence is free of moral predicaments for any evaluating agent, given that by definition no such agent exists. Why, then, might we be tempted to consider non-existence a problem? Non-existence may seem unsettling to us , because from the perspective of existing beings, no-longer -existing is a daunting prospect. Importantly however, death or no-longer-existing differs fundamentally from never having been born, in that it is typically preceded and accompanied by suffering and/or frustrated preferences.

Acceptance of the above moral asymmetry between the pair suffering/happiness as pertaining to existence/non-existence grounds a strong, moral reason to concentrate on suffering and/or preference frustration as opposed to the promotion of happiness. It comes with an understanding of ethics as being about solving the world’s problems: We confront spacetime, see wherever there is or will be a problem, i.e. a struggling being, and we solve it.

Views that incorporate this intuition: The intuition “ Making people happy rather than making happy people ” is directly incorporated in so-called person-affecting views , where affairs can only be morally bad if they are bad for someone , i.e. if there is a being to point to for whom something poses a problem. One such view is (a version of) anti-natalism (e.g. David Benatar, “Better never to have been”, 2008). The same underlying intuition is also present in preference-based approaches such as Fehige’s antifrustrationism that we mentioned before. In addition, it probably inspired the “moral ledger” view laid out by Peter Singer in his Practical Ethics, 3 as well as in the “prior-existence” view he tentatively endorsed in the same book. 4 Finally, egalitarianism and prioritarianism can incorporate the intuition by giving priority to suffering reduction as long as suffering is still around. 5

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It is with heavy hearts that we share Patricia Leeson, our past Chair, passed away Sunday, October 18, 2015.Patricia joined our board in 2011, became Vice Chair in 2012, and Chair in 2013. Through her tremendous leadership and guidance, Patricia was committed to strengthening the Alberta Emerald Foundation from the inside out. She played an invaluable role in the current success of our Foundation.She …

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EDMONTON, Alberta – Shell Canada Ltd intensified their commitment to environmental excellence today by announcing their $50,000 sponsorship of the category at the 24th Annual Emerald Awards.

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As the deadline for nominations for 24th Annual Emerald Awards approaches, the Alberta Emerald Foundation is excited and inspired by the examples of environmental leadership from around Alberta they have received so far. Although the deadline is only a few days away, it’s not too late to submit your nomination for an environmental program or initiative that you feel deserves recognition.

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