Hey Philosopher folk:
Do you know of any viable or at least well-examined arguments ever proposed that conclude that one murder (or some equivalent malfeasance) is no better nor worse than 8 million murders? Or generally, that multiple instances of a wrongdoing have no greater or lesser value of any kind, apart from numerical? If not, could anyone conceive of a possible argument for this?
Please note, I am not a serial killer or mass murderer, this question just arose in a debate about an unrelated topic.
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