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Mill, excerpts from utilitarianism 10-20-06 Class 13 Consequentialism - define rightness or wrongness are defined by the consequences - utilitarianism: is a variety of a consequentialism. - the classical form Hedonistic Utilitarianism - judges that the conseaquences we try to bring ought are those that maximizes happiness, - seeks to maximize pleasure or happiness. - give equal consideration to others, Utilitarianism is not Egoism " The greatest happiness for the greater number " - but don't mean that they maximize pleasure or happiness for you but for everyone in general. - counts her happiness equal as anyone elses happiness the difference between Consequentialism and Deontology agent centerdness and agent neutrality - going to define that any moral - deny what the deontologist is going to say - deo: look this action might be promise breaking, so need to keep your promise even though it bring consequences - deo: is those action your duty or contrary to your duty - deo: this action is wrong because it would involve you breaking a promise. because
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