Ch. 9: Consequentialism: Its Nature and Attractions
According to consequentialism, what is the most important question to
ask if we want to know whether some action accords with what morality
What is the process we need to go through in order to answer this
What is the central claim of utilitarianism?
What are the two common misunderstandings concerning the principle
of utility that the author corrects here?
What reason could a utilitarian provide for wanting to distinguish
results when judging an action?
What reason could a utilitarian give for insisting that it is
results that are morally relevant?