He presumes that moral choicesnare possible for the host, parasite,nand third individual; hisntheory becomes self-defeating innthis regard. Like all consequentialistntheories, Serres's remarksnabout human relations presumenthat moral right and wrong innthe instances he examines arenjudged on the basis of weighingnbenefits achievable among alternativenresults of action. Such annethics is . . .

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