The idea of agent-relative value is attractive to teleologists,because it allows a view that is very similar in structure toclassical consequentialism to account for constraints. According tothis view, sometimes called or, each agent ought always to dowhat will bring about the results that are best-relative-to her. Sucha view can easily accommodate an agent-centered constraint not tomurder, on the assumption that each agent's murders are sufficientlyworse-relative-to her than other agent's murders are (Sen [1983],Portmore [2007]).


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