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Moral theories – what to study for Multiple choice, matching, true and false, short answer utilitarianism – know john stewart mill and jeremy, know everything under consequential heading but not material under calculating pleasure know everything on deontology page except retrivutism Pleasure Mill: a pig is happy wallowing in mud and eating garbage, so would you want to be a pig? Point being not all pleasure is equal to every person
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Unformatted text preview: categorical imperative hypothetical imperative is not part of deontology, its what kant thinks of utilitarianism common sense morality a compromise between utilitarianism and deontology the reason we have moral problems is that we have situations where we feel competing obligations and its impossible to fulfill both not tested on kohlbergs theory know heinz stor...
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