Symposium on David Benatar’s Better to Never Have Been (OUP 2006) 18-24 March

From 18-24 March, the APJ is pleased to host a symposium on the Conclusion (chapter 7) of David Benatar’s book Better to Never have Been (OUP 2006) in which he claims that his anti-natalist views are compatible with certain religious views, including some Jewish views.

Commentators include Tyron Goldschmidt (Wake Forest) and Jeremy Wanderer (U. Mass).

All are welcome to participate in the ensuing discussion to be found at https://www.theapj.com/event/symposium-david-benatars-better-never-oup-2008/

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