Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics <p>The Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics (EJPE) is a peer-reviewed bi-annual academic journal located at <a href="">Erasmus University Rotterdam</a>. EJPE publishes research on the methodology, history, ethics, and interdisciplinary relations of economics.</p> Stichting Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics en-US Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics 1876-9098 The Paths to Narrow Identities <p>As part of an article symposium on Partha Dasgupta and Sanjeev Goyal’s “Narrow Identities” (2019, <em data-stringify-type="italic">Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics</em>), Jean-Paul Carvalho reflects on the concept of narrow identity and the ways of modelling its emergence.</p> Jean-Paul Carvalho Copyright (c) 2021 Jean-Paul Carvalho 2021-08-30 2021-08-30 14 2 –aa –aa 10.23941/ejpe.v14i2.615 Integrated Moral Agency and the Practical Phenomenon of Moral Diversity <p>The practical phenomenon of moral diversity is a central feature of many contemporary societies and poses a distinct problem to moral theory building. Because of its goal to settle the moral question fully and exclusively and/or to provide better understanding of moral disagreement, traditional first-order moral theory often does not provide sufficient guidance to address this phenomenon and moral agency in deeply morally diverse societies. In this article, I move beyond traditional first-order moral theorizing and, based on multilevel social contract theory (Moehler 2018, 2020a), develop a practically sound notion of moral agency for morally diverse societies. The interrelational and dynamic notion of <em>integrated moral agency</em> developed in this article demands that agents actively exercise their rational and affective capacities, are receptive to the capacities of others, and are aware of the type of moral interaction in which they engage with others. The notion of integrated moral agency helps agents to reconcile conflicting first-order moral directives and to maximally protect agents’ autonomy in morally diverse societies.</p> Michael Moehler Copyright (c) 2021 Michael Moehler 2021-09-07 2021-09-07 14 2 –aa –aa 10.23941/ejpe.v14i2.523 Can One Both Contribute to and Benefit from Herd Immunity? <p>In a recent article, “Vaccine Refusal Is Not Free Riding”, Ethan Bradley and Mark Navin (2021) argue that vaccine refusal is not akin to free riding. Here, I defend one connection between vaccine refusal and free riding and suggest that, when viewed in conjunction with their other arguments, this might constitute a reason to mandate Covid-19 vaccination.</p> Lucie White Copyright (c) 2021 Lucie White 2021-09-02 2021-09-02 14 2 –aa –aa 10.23941/ejpe.v14i2.603