>If in expectation a life involves more suffering than happiness, then it is immoral to create such a life.
That’s only the case if your moral axiom is “Maximize Lives of Net Happiness”If your moral axiom is “Maximize Agency”, then it’s not necessarily immoral to create a life that will experience net suffering.
“You didn’t choose to be born” only needs reconciliation if you care about the existence of choices. And if you do care about the existence of choices, then how do you reconcile the nonexistence of choices in a world devoid of people?
Apparently, it costs 100 years of lifespan just to learn the value of a soul: https://i.imgur.com/zNN3DWv.png