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16.According to theArgument from Injusticea.injustice can sometimes be justified in certain circumstances.b.utilitarianism sometimes requires us to commit serious injustices.c.justice is not intrinsically valuable.d.all of the above,
17.Rule consequentialism is the view that
18.Which of the following best represents John Stuart Mills view of pleasure?.
19.What issupererogation?
20.What is the primary motivation for rule consequentialism?a.It is thought to solve the problem of injustice.b.It avoids the irrational rule worship of act utilitarianism.c.It allows for more moral flexibility than act utilitarianism.d.It vindicates all actually existing social norms.
Ch. 11 and 121.In Kants theory, amaxim(
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