Assignment 2 Two (SOSC 2340) A - Assignment 2 Reading...

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Assignment 2: Reading questions on Michael Sandel: Justice: What's the Right Thing to do? (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2009), chapter 2. DUE DATE: fall semester in your tutorial in the week of Oct 24-8. TOTAL MARKS AVAILABLE: 10 The style and grammar of your answers and not only their content will be taken into account in the grading process. 1) Summarise in no more than 200 words Sandel’s two objections to utilitarianism (5 marks). Without the consent. Michael Sandel thinks based on moral prospective. Sandel two most objection of utilitarianism is that it is violate moral right and aggregate all values into dollars and number. Bentham refer to the utilitarianism is about the highest principle of the morality and maximize general welfare for the greatest number of people whether it is personal or the political morality (Sandel 53). Sandel moral objection of utilitarianism was explained in case of cabin boy Parker, throwing the Christians to the lions and the city of happiness. Sandel views of killing the cabin boy Parker is morally wrong even though it save three live benefit exceeded the cost. He argues that it would violate the norm against murder for instance,
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