Preston Greene
Preston Greene
Assistant Professor, Philosophy Programme, Nanyang Technological University Singapore
Verified email at ntu.edu.sg - Homepage
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Against time bias
P Greene, M Sullivan
Ethics 125 (4), 947-970, 2015
602015
Success-First Decision Theories
P Greene
Newcomb's Problem, 115–137, 2018
112018
Hedonic and non-hedonic bias toward the future
P Greene, AJ Latham, K Miller, J Norton
Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 1-16, 2020
92020
Value in very long lives
P Greene
journal of moral philosophy 14 (4), 416-434, 2017
62017
The Termination Risks of Simulation Science
P Greene
Erkenntnis 85 (2), 489-509, 2020
32020
Why are people so darn past biased?
P Greene, AJ Latham, K Miller, J Norton
Temporal Asymmetries in Philosophy and Psychology, 2021
22021
When Is A Belief True Because Of Luck?
P Greene
The Philosophical Quarterly 63 (252), 465-475, 2013
22013
The Real-Life Issue of Prepunishment
P Greene
Social Theory and Practice, 2021
12021
It Doesn’t Matter Because One Day It Will End
P Greene
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 24 (1), 165-182, 2021
12021
Rationality and success
P Greene
Rutgers University-Graduate School-New Brunswick, 2013
12013
How much do we discount past pleasures?
P Greene, A Latham, K Miller, J Norton
1
The Rationality of Near Bias toward both Future and Past Events
P Greene, A Holcombe, AJ Latham, K Miller, J Norton
Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 0
1
On Preferring that Overall, Things are Worse: Future-Bias and Unequal Payoffs
P Greene, AJ Latham, K Miller, J Norton
1
Time Bias, Social Bias, and Future Generations
P Greene
Unpublished manuscript). Available at: https://static1. squarespace. com …, 0
1
The consequentialist problem with prepunishment
P Greene
Thought: A Journal of Philosophy, 2021
2021
Act Consequentialism without Free Rides
P Greene, BA Levinstein
Philosophical Perspectives 34 (1), 88-116, 2020
2020
Are We Living in a Computer Simulation? Let's Not Find Out
P Greene
The New York Times, 2019
2019
‘Pure’Time Preferences Are Irrelevant to the Debate over Time Bias: A Plea for Zero Time Discounting as the Normative Standard
P Greene
Australasian Philosophical Review, 0
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