Ethics Utilitarianism v Kant - Ryan Magaziner Utilitarianism After reading this short passage about Deans entrepreneurial ventures I believe that he

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Ryan Magaziner Utilitarianism After reading this short passage about Dean’s entrepreneurial ventures, I believe that he runs a perfectly ethical business in the Mojave Desert. Although his price is expensive, his operation is fair for a number of reasons. To first understand why his deal is ethical lets first look at other jobs that people find as fair. A casino pit boss in Vegas has many different responsibilities, one of which is to deny a player if he/she is too intoxicated or causing trouble. Although denying an addictive gambler from playing is not a responsibility of a pit boss, should it be? The fact we do not ask this question, represents that being a pit boss is simply a job for them to make money and to support themselves and their family. This same type of example could be used for a storeowner who notices and picks up on clues that he/she is supplying alcohol day after day to an
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  • Spring '08
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  • Ethics, Dean, Mojave Desert, pit boss

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