Unformatted text preview: person donating the clothing had no more than five coats. The person donating the coats was considering the greatest good for the greatest number, which were the five people he or she had the opportunity to give clothing to. The person with the coats had not planned to harm one individual in need because one cannot always plan to have an insufficient amount of donations. Although there could be the possibility of finding the coatless individual another piece of clothing, I would still not agree with the statement above. I believe that more than half of the actions an individual undertakes will result in some sort of harm to another individual, which would therefore make the statement above nearly impossible to fulfill....
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- Spring '07
- English-language films, person, Causality, greatest number