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Utilitarian Moral Philosophy includes 1st order assessments of goodness and 2nd order judgments of self-approbation or disapprobation. The Ulitarian Calculus or Hedonic or Felicific Calculus is Bentham's way of calculating goodness of an action counts everyone's pleasure and pain
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Unformatted text preview: equally, like previously stated. He uses this method as a way of evaluating the goodness we expect and calculates happiness or measures it and attempts to seek a way to extend its longevity. Consequentialism - what prioritizes good vs. right. egoism, altruism, etc....
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